Radiohead’s ‘OK Computer’ is their third (and first self-produced with Nigel Godrich) studio album released on May 21, 1997 by Parlophone.
Track Listing : 1.Airbag (Radiohead) – 04:44 . 2.Paranoid Android (Radiohead) – 06:23 . 3.Subterranean Homesick Alien (Radiohead) – 04:27 . 4.Exit Music (For A Film) (Radiohead) – 04:24 . 5.Let Down (Radiohead) – 04:59 . 6.Karma Police (Radiohead) – 04:21 . 7.Fitter Happier (Radiohead) – 01:57 . 8.Electioneering (Radiohead) – 03:50 . 9.Climbing Up The Walls (Radiohead) – 04:45 . 10.No Surprises (Radiohead) – 03:48 . 11.Lucky (Radiohead) – 04:19 . 12.The Tourist (Radiohead) – 05:24
Musicians : Radiohead – Band . Thom Yorke – Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Laptop, Programming . Jonny Greenwood – Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Organ, Glockenspiel, String Arrangements . Colin Greenwood – Bass Guitar, Bass Synthesiser, Percussion . Ed O’Brien – Guitar, Fx, Percussion, Backing Vocals . Phil Selway – Drums, Percussion . Nick Ingman – Conducting
Production : Produced By Nigel Godrich, Jim Warren . Nigel Godrich – Engineer . Jim Warren – Engineer . Chris Blair – Mastering
Package : Thom Yorke – Illustrations . Stanley Donwood – Illustrations
Recorded In July 1996, On September 1996 – March 1997 At Canned Applause In Didcot; St Catherine’S Court In Bath.
Released On May 21, 1997 By Parlophone.
Consequence of Sound
Stress Position: I hate Radiohead’s OK Computer I have a totally valid reason for my distaste in what many people have deemed the single most important rock band of the late 20th/early 21st century. And it has nothing to do with that time I got the stomach flu after I first listened to Kid A…. […]
At a time when they could have played it safe, selling their psychedelic souls for more radio-friendly rock & roll, Radio-head have released a concept album whose theme — based on rock’s age-old fear of the imminence of a world run by computers — unfolds gradually during the course of the album’s 12 songs. […]
Radiohead’s ‘OK Computer’ – 20 Things You Might Not KnowSubterranean Homesick Alien’ was inspired by Miles Davis’s ‘Bitches Brew’, trying to build huge spaces and watching them tumble away. […]