Just because Radiohead ditched their record label and are taking to newer ways to distribute music doesn't mean Capitol can't bank on the success of their previous albums. While we relish any chance to stick it to major labels, we aren't complaining too much this time- they've actually released something decent as opposed to last year's incompetent attempt at a Radiohead greatest hits album. Just announced, Capitol will release expanded reissues of three more Radiohead albums on August 25: Kid A (2000), Amnesiac (2001), and Hail to the Thief (2003). For those of you not clear on the lingo, expanded means the albums will include rarities, B-sides, live performances & studio sessions that didn't make it on previous releases. Pitchfork did a great job of compiling tracklistings for the upcoming reissues here.