Radiohead - OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 Album FLAC
|2||Polyethylene (Parts 1 & 2)||4:22|
|4||Meeting In The Aisle||3:08|
|12||Subterranean Homesick Alien||4:27|
|20||Man Of War|
Conductor – Robert ZieglerEngineer – Fiona Cruickshank, Sam Petts DaviesStrings – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
|23||Climbing Up The Walls||4:45|
|26||Exit Music (For A Film)||4:24|
|29||How I Made My Millions||3:09|
|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|
- Arranged By [Strings] – Radiohead
- Artwork [Pictures] – Stanley Donwood, The White Chocolate Farm
- Conductor – Nick Ingman
- Engineer [Original Studio Assistant] – Chris Scard, Gerard Navarro, Jon Bailey
- Lacquer Cut By – Bazza
- Management – Brian Message, Bryce Edge, Chris Hufford, Julie Calland
- Producer – Nigel Godrich
- Recorded By [Committed To Tape] – Nigel Godrich, Radiohead
- Remastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Written-By – Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Jonny Greenwood, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke
180g black colored vinyl with color printed inner sleeves housed in a triple sleeve booklet gatefold jacket.
Includes a download code card for the album (MP3 or 16/44.1 WAV files).
US pressing variant. "Made in USA" on back jacket. "made in N.A." on labels.
- Barcode: 634904086817
- Label Code: LC 05667
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): BAZZA ALCHEMY IP XLLP 868-A2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): SKIP XLLP 868-B2
- Matrix / Runout (Side C): SKY XLLP 868-C2
- Matrix / Runout (Side D): BLUE XLLP 868-D2 PW
- Matrix / Runout (Side E): XLLP 868-E4
- Matrix / Runout (Side F): IT XLLP 868-F2
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – XL Recordings Ltd.
- Manufactured By – XL Recordings Ltd.
- Distributed By – XL Recordings Ltd.
- Remixed At – Mayfair Studios
- Remixed At – Abbey Road Studios
- Remixed At – Air Lyndhurst Studios
- Remixed At – Courtyard Studio
- Remixed At – The Church, London
- Lacquer Cut At – Alchemy Mastering
OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 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. The reissue includes bonus tracks three previously unreleased and completely remastered versions of the album tracks. It was released on June 23, 2017 digitally, as a double CD set, and a triple LP pressed on 180 gram vinyl. The expanded box set includes a triple LP, as well as a C90 cassette mix tape compiled by the band and taken from the OK Computer session archives and demo tapes. A C90 cassette mix tape compiled by the band, taken from OK Computer session archives and demo tapes. A download code for both the LPs and the tape. 1997-2017 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by XL Recordings Limited. 1997-2017 XL Recordings Limited. Printed in E. Made in the E. Audio fixing and dubbing was done at Mayfair, Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst, Courtyard and the Church studios. Twenty years on, Radiohead revisit their 1997 masterpiece with a deluxe reissue. The bonus material includes familiar B-sides and a few previously unheard recordings that hint at an intriguing road not taken. As they regrouped to figure out what their third album might be, Radiohead faced, if not a crossroads, then an unusually open stretch of road. They had toured with Alanis Morissette in support of their second LP, 1995's The Bends. Album 1997 23 Songs. The centerpiece of OKNOTOKs second set of unreleased tracks and B-sides, its a startlingly beautiful snapshot of the bands ridiculous post-The Bends, OK Computer-era potency. Elsewhere, Lift is another glistening gem from the vaults and Meeting in the Aisle provides a reminder of the bands haunting way around an instrumental. A remastered OK Computer, meanwhile, remains the foreboding masterpiece it ever was. After 20 years since its initial release. Radiohead re-releases their alt-rock masterpiece. Once again, I review. OK COMPUTER I also add my thoughts take on the OKNOTOK 1997 2017 reissue that pairs the original album with B-sides and three never-released songs. Will Hermes. Radiohead have reissued their acclaimed 'OK Computer' with three never-released tracks. Jim SteinfeldtGetty. Great records can conjure the illusion of being tailored specifically to whatever era the listener is in. Declaring Karma police, arrest this man alongside couplets like Ambition makes you look pretty uglyKicking, squealing Gucci little piggy, as transcendent melodies vie with outbursts of anxiety, depression and technological hate-fucking, OK Computer sounds pretty relevant right about now. Over the past 20 years, it always has. Summary: The remaster of the rock band's 1997 third album features eight B-sides, as well as original studio recordings of three previously unreleased tracks: I Promise, Lift, and Man Of War. Buy On. Record Label: XL. OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997. has been added to your Cart. Add gift options. If you are a Radiohead fan considering upgrading their best album this is worth it. The remastering on the album was done by Bob Ludwig one of the best mastering engineers in the world and the album sounds great. Verified Purchase. OK Computer was first released in 1997 to tremendous critical adulation. While not as immediately accessible as its outstanding predecessor, The Bends, OK Computer has proven to be not only Radiohead's finest release, but one of the best rock albums ever. OK Computer offered an eerily clairvoyant vision of digital angst and alienation. Twenty years on, this reissue reveals just how unusual it was. In 1996, during sessions for their third album, Radiohead recorded a track called Lift. Like much of their new material, it had first been performed during a disastrous American tour that same year, supporting Alanis Morissette. But unlike the other new songs Radiohead had played, Lift had gone down well. Listening to it on the 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, you can see why: it is blessed with an immense, air-punch-inducing chorus. The thing is, Lift is on the second disc, the one filled with B-sides and outtakes