Radiohead - OK Computer album flac
|3||Subterranean Homesick Alien||4:27|
|4||Exit Music (For A Film)||4:24|
|9||Climbing Up The Walls||4:45|
- Marketed By – Comp Music Ltd.
- Distributed By – Comp Music Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Arranged By [Strings] – Radiohead
- Artwork [Additional] – Matt Bale, Mr. Barry
- Artwork [Pictures] – Stanley Donwood
- Conductor [Strings] – Nick Ingman
- Edited By [Audio Levels Balance] – Nigel Godrich
- Engineer [Studio Assistant] – Chris Scard, Gerard Navarro, Jon Bailey
- Mastered By – Chris Blair
- Producer – Nigel Godrich, Radiohead
- Written-By – Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Jonny Greenwood, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke
Notes℗ 1997 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. © 1997 EMI Records Ltd.
Marketed and Distributed by Comp Music / EMI
Made for sale in Ukraine
Для розповсюдження тільки на території України / For distribution on the territory of Ukraine only
CD released with a 4-page booklet in a standard jewel case
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 7 24385 52292 5
- Barcode (Scanned): 724385522925
- Label Code: LC 0299
- Matrix / Runout: COMP 8552292
- Mould SID Code: IFPI RJ00
- Other: I: 070
- Other: F: PM 520
- Other: UK: CDNODATA 02
|NODATA 02, 7243 8 55229 1 8||Radiohead||OK Computer (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Parlophone, Parlophone||NODATA 02, 7243 8 55229 1 8||UK||1997|
|ABS 104022||Radiohead||OK Computer + 6 Bonus Tracks! (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Radiohead)||ABS 104022||Russia||Unknown|
|7 24385 5229 2 5||Radiohead||OK Computer (CD, Album)||EMI||7 24385 5229 2 5||Taiwan||1997|
|EKPD-0610||Radiohead||OK Computer (CD, Album)||EMI (Korea)||EKPD-0610||South Korea||1997|
|none||Radiohead||OK Computer + 6 Bonus Tracks! (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Radiohead)||none||Unknown|
Happy 20 years, Ok Computer! Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA December 19th, 1997 Airbag 00:00 Paranoid Android 04:42 Subterranean Homesick Alien 1. .
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Released May 21, 1997. OK Computer Tracklist. The result was 1997’s OK Computer, which was designed as a deliberate reaction against the grunge movement of the 1990s. Then new-ish engineer and future Radiohead mainstay Nigel Godrich told Rolling Stone of the recording sessions: They were the band of my dreams. There were no constraints.
Radiohead’s ‘OK Computer’ Reissue Shows The Album That Almost Was. About OK Computer .
OK Computer OKNOTOK is a reissue of the 1997 album OK Computer by the English alternative rock band Radiohead. It was released in June 2017, the album's 20th anniversary, following the acquisition of Radiohead's back catalogue by XL Recordings from EMI in 2016. The album is remastered and includes B-sides released on OK Computer singles, plus three previously unreleased songs: "I Promise", "Man of War", and "Lift".
OK Computer, however, is a suite of music that redefined the band's sound, a trick they would repeat 3 years later, and works as both a brilliant album, but also as a truly remarkable set of individual songs. The songs: 1. Airbag. This is one of the heavier songs on here musically, with the track being heavily based over Phil Selway's cut up drum loops, displaying some of Radiohead's trip-hop influences, as also evident on Climbing Up The Walls. Although many Radiohead fans pick this as a highlight of the album, I've never understood why, as I think it's one of the weakest songs on here. The vocals are some of the least understandable on the album, although they are far darker, with lines such as "Don't talk sentimental, it always ends up drivel" coming over the top of another more cheerful musical backing.
OK Computer obviously wasn’t it. But there has always been a tantalizing alternate-history version of Radiohead’s third LP lurking behind the finished product. Their sessions weren’t exactly a deep-dive into hell, despite the record’s now-concrete reputation as a piece of digital-age prophecy. The most fun to be had with OKNOTOK is in these line-blurring moments, hearing how the lost material informs the original album. After The Bends, Radiohead were briefly lumped in with the other bands in the Britpop scene, an association they never relished. If Palo Alto had seen official release, it would have stamped them with the brand for life; with the lava-lamp psychedelia of its winding central guitar riff, it is very nearly a Kula Shaker song, and it also happens to be the song that gave OK Computer its name.
OK Computer is the third album by the English rock band Radiohead, released in 1997. It reached on the UK Albums Chart and marked Radiohead's highest entry into the American market at the time, where it debuted at OK Computer expanded the band's worldwide popularity, becoming the last Radiohead album to have a delayed release outside of the United Kingdom. As of 2007, it has been certified triple platinum in the UK and double platinum in the US. OK Computer included the singles "Paranoid Android", "Karma Police" and "No Surprises".
OK Computer, though, is a complicated and difficult record: an album about the way machines dehumanize people that's almost entirely un-electronic; an album by a British "new wave of new wave" band that rejects speed and hooks in favor of languorous texture and morose details; a sad and humanist record whose central moment is Thom Yorke crooning "We hope that you. choke. Radiohead's third album got compared to Pink Floyd a lot when it came out, and its slow drama and conceptual sweep certainly put it in that category. OK Computer, though, is a complicated and difficult record: an album about the way machines dehumanize people that's almost entirely un-electronic; an album by a British "new wave of new wave" band that rejects speed and hooks in favor of languorous texture and morose details; a sad and humanist record whose central moment is Thom Yorke crooning "We hope that you.