Radiohead – OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 - Blue Vinyl 3LP
Radiohead – OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017
XL Recordings – XLLP868, XL Recordings – XLLP868X
3 × Vinyl, LP, Album
All Media, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Blue Opaque, 180g
UK & Europe
23 Jun 2017
A2 Paranoid Android
A3 Subterranean Homesick Alien
B1 Exit Music (For A Film)
B2 Let Down
B3 Karma Police
C1 Fitter Happier
C3 Climbing Up The Walls
C4 No Surprises
D2 The Tourist
E1 I Promise
E2 Man Of War
E5 Meeting In The Aisle
Programmed By – Henry Binns, Sam Hardaker
F2 A Reminder
F3 Polyethylene (Parts 1 & 2)
F5 Palo Alto
F6 How I Made My Millions
Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings Ltd.
Copyright (c) – XL Recordings Ltd.
Mastered At – Alchemy Mastering
Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH76012
Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH77761
Arranged By [Strings] – Radiohead (tracks: A1 to D2)
Artwork [Additional Complicated Artwork Skills Supplied By] – Matt Bale
Artwork By [Additional Complicated Artwork Skills Supplied By] – Mr. Barry
Conductor [Strings] – Nick Ingman (tracks: A1 to D2)
Edited By [Audio Levels Balance] – Nigel Godrich (tracks: A1 to F5)
Engineer [Studio Assistant] – Chris Scard (tracks: A1 to D2), Gerard Navarro (tracks: A1 to D2), Jon Bailey (tracks: A1 to D2)
Lacquer Cut By – Bazza*
Lyrics By [We Wrote Them] – Radiohead (tracks: A1 to D2)
Mastered By – Chris 'King Fader' Blair* (tracks: A1 to D2)
Music By – Mike Hammond* (tracks: F1), Colin Greenwood (tracks: A1 to E5, F1 to F5), Ed O'Brien(tracks: A1 to E5, F1 to F5), Jonny Greenwood (tracks: A1 to E5, F1 to F5), Michael Hazlewood(tracks: F1), Phil Selway (tracks: A1 to E5, F1 to F5), Thom Yorke
Photography By, Other [Website Maintenance] – Stanley Donwood
Producer [Committed To Tape] – Nigel Godrich (tracks: A1 to F5), Radiohead (tracks: A1 to F5)
Comes in a gatefold sleeve with printed colour inner sleeves.
Sold only through indie record stores. Limited to 7000 copies worldwide.
Includes a download code card (for MP3 or WAV formats).
XLLP868 appears on the back of the gatefold.
XLLP868X appears on a sticker on the shrink wrap on the back of the gatefold.
℗ 1997-2017 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by XL Recordings Limited.
© 1997-2017 XL Recordings Limited.
Printed in E.U.
Made in the E.U.
Transcends musical boundaries. One of THE great all time classic albums of any genre. Radiohead have pushed boundaries like no other rock group & while dance/electronic music has rightly reigned supreme in the 90s through it's superb creativity & inventivness, rock music has remained enthralled & tied to the past. Radiohead have been the great exception to that rule & this album shows them at the peak of their powers. They have not been afraid to look to electronic music for inspiration and to enhance their creative output, and for that they deserve massive respect. Their lyrics are thought provoking and poignant, their musicianship & production utterly superb and an overall contribution to music that will put them alongside the greats. RESPECT
If it is possible for (less than) an hour's worth of music to encapsulate all that is misguided, shallow and spiritually vacant about the foundations that modern Western society is built on, it is Radiohead's masterpiece, OK Computer. Intense, uncomfortable, dark and moving, OK Computer is the culmination of an incredible progression from the relative mediocrity of Pablo Honey, through the flawed brilliance of The Bends to an astounding third album which they may not be able to surpass. Apparently Thom Yorke almost went mad trying to decide the track order, but from the opening bars of Airbag, with it's uncomfortable, frankly bizarre, guitar line, to the microwave oven's ring that marks the end of The Tourist, the whole is incontestably a journey of the brain, the heart and the senses that seems to make perfect sense. The manic, Bohemian Rhapsodiesque apocalyptic soundtrack that is Paranoid Android still renders me speechless today. The pure beauty of the final chorus of Let Down, the frazzled mute trumpet solo on Climbing up the Walls, the fact that Johnny Greenwood seems to have reinvented the guitar and above all Thom Yorke's unutterably beautiful voice throughout, leaves you questioning quite where five middle class blokes from Oxford discovered the ability to move you so much.
Radiohead - Airbag
The film is made up of various crash testing clips I found across the internet. I felt that it worked well with a song called "Airbag" that deals with an automobile crash.
Radiohead - Lucky
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