This song premiered during the Kid A tour 2000 and was a crowd favorite. It featured Thom sitting at piano and Colin playing an upright bass. Towards the end of the song, the full band comes in and the song really takes off. The version that was played at the Sundance Festival is indeed the studio version that will appear on Amnesiac.
Here's a novelty: guitars! Yorke's voice is pushed way up front, and the track begins with him loudly inhaling. The full band gradually joins the mix, and it all ends with an almost gospelly, piano-led denouement. The lyrics, which seem to taunt authority into cracking down on the rabble, could have been given a completely different meaning had they been set to more triumphant music. (You can practically hear Bono delivering a song like this without a shred of irony). But here, Yorke sounds defeated, as if even he's not confident that an insurgency would succeed. (from Jam!)
You and Whose Army? slightly recalled OK Computer in that Yorke's yearning vocal cry of Come on, Come on, Come on� repeated over and over somehow felt a tad like Karma Police. A crunching organ and string section drives the track, which falls under lilting and poetic. (from SXSW by Allstar)