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Radiohead - OK Computer mp3 Performer: Radiohead
Album: OK Computer
Country: UK
Released: 2013
Style: Alternative Rock
Label: Parlophone
Genre: Electro / Rock
Catalog #: 7243 8 55229 1 8, NODATA 02
Size MP3: 2184 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 936
Record Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, 180 Gram, Gatefold


1Let Down4:59
2The Tourist5:24
3 miney
4No Surprises3:48
5 eeny
7Exit Music (For A Film)4:24
8 mo
9Karma Police4:21
10Subterranean Homesick Alien4:27
11 meeny
12Paranoid Android6:23
13Climbing Up The Walls4:45
16Fitter Happier1:57


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NODATA 02, 7243 8 55229 1 8Radiohead OK Computer ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)Parlophone, ParlophoneNODATA 02, 7243 8 55229 1 8UK1997
ABS 104022Radiohead OK Computer + 6 Bonus Tracks! ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (Radiohead)ABS 104022RussiaUnknown
7 24385 5229 2 5Radiohead OK Computer ‎(CD, Album)EMI7 24385 5229 2 5Taiwan1997
EKPD-0610Radiohead OK Computer ‎(CD, Album)EMI (Korea)EKPD-0610South Korea1997
noneRadiohead OK Computer + 6 Bonus Tracks! ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (Radiohead)noneUnknown


  • Mixed By, EngineerJim Warren (tracks: 11,12)
  • ProducerSimon Askew (tracks: 13,14,15)
  • Programmed ByHenry Binns (tracks: 5), Sam Hardaker (tracks: 5)
  • RemixFila Brazillia (tracks: 8), Henry Binns (tracks: 7), Sam Hardaker (tracks: 7)
  • Arranged By [Strings]Radiohead
  • ArtworkMatt Bale, Mr. Barry, Stanley Donwood, The White Chocolate Farm
  • ConductorNick Ingman
  • Featuring [Studio Assistant]Chris Scard, Gerard Navarro, Jon Bailey
  • Mastered ByChris 'King Fader' Blair
  • Mixed ByNigel Godrich
  • Recorded ByNigel Godrich, Radiohead
  • SongwriterColin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Jonny Greenwood, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke


Audio fixing and dubbing done at Mayfair, Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst, Courtyard and The Curch. Mastered at Abbey Road.

Matrix# on labels "7243 8 57331 1 6"
Manufactured and distributed by EMI

Disc I : (eeny/meeny) - 7243 8 57331 1 8
(7243 8 57331 1 6)

Disc II : (miney/moo) - 7243 8 57331 1 8
(7243 8 57331 1 5)

Manufactured and distributed by EMI
Made and Printed in the U.K. lc 0299 NODATA 02

Comes in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves.

The labels of this release differ from the original release (OK Computer & OK Computer). Specifically, this release features: "A Warner Music Group Company", whereas the others have "EMI Records Ltd.". Please see the provided image.


  • Barcode (Text): 7 24385 52291 8
  • Barcode (String): 724385522918
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): VINYL BLAIR
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): I Like You, You Are A Wonderful Person
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): D 8552291 IA NODATA 02 A-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): I'M Full Of Enthusiasm I'm Going Places
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): D 8552291 IB NODATA 02 B-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side): I'll Be Happy To Help You
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side): D 8552291 IC NODATA 02 C-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side): I'm An Important Person, Would You Like To Come Home With Me?
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side): D 8552291 ID NODATA 02 D-1-1-


  • Marketed By – EMI
  • Distributed By – EMI
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Manufactured By – EMI
  • Distributed By – EMI


Other than the song Lucky, recorded in 1995, Radiohead recorded OK Computer in Oxfordshire and Bath between 1996 and early 1997, mostly in the historic mansion St Catherine's Court. Продать эту версию. Airbag Lyrics. The 1997 album - which reached number one in the UK Albums Chart in 1997 and won Best Alternative Music Album at the Grammy Awards in 1998 - took the top spot in the new poll for Fearne Cotton's 'Sounds of the 90s' on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds. Released May 21, 1997. NODATA 02. 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. OK Computer 2xLP, Album, Promo, WLbl. OK Computer is the third studio album by English rock band Radiohead. Our take on the OKNOTOK 1997 2017 reissue that pairs the original album with B-sides and three never-released songs. OK Computer Tracklist. The five lads from Oxford Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway and Ed OBrien made six promotional trips to America, but still The Bends stalled there at number 88. Fearne said: It's been fascinating to look back at some of the seminal albums of the 90s and see which have stood the test of time. They had toured with Alanis Morissette in support of their second LP, 1995's The Bends. 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. The release of their second studio album, The Bends, in 1995 saw Radiohead cracking the top 5 in the UK chart, playing to sold out crowds in the UK and Japan, but still not making an impression on that ever-important US market. Over the past 20 years, it always has. 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. Despite not having a hit anywhere near the size of Creep , Radioheads previous album The Bends 1995 was successful enough for their record company EMI to give them complete creative control. I think this album, 'OK Computer'. Let Down. Radiohead's 'OK Computer' has topped the Ultimate 90s Album listener poll. 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. They had appeared, pale and blinking, before tanned and greased hordes on MTV Spring Break, wailing the chorus to a massive runaway hit that was now fading in their rearview. Twenty years on, Radiohead revisit their 1997 masterpiece with a deluxe reissue. The result was 1997s OK Computer, which was designed as a deliberate reaction against the grunge movement of the 1990s. Radiohead OK Computer. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1997 CD от OK Computer на Computer. Happy 20 years, Ok Computer Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA December 19th, 1997 Airbag 00:00 Paranoid Android 04:42 Subterranean Homesick Alien 11. NODATA 02, 7243 8 55229 1 8. There is, underneath the blanket praise, music too a perfect 1997 statement of pre-millennial angst that sees the singer Thom Yorke being awkward about everything, from trains to politics. Other than the song Lucky, recorded in 1995, Radiohead recorded OK Computer in Oxfordshire and Bath between 1996 and early 1997, mostly in the historic mansion St Catherine's Court. It was first released on 21 May 1997 in Japan, on 16 June 1997 in the United Kingdom by Parlophone, and on 1 July 1997 in the United States by Capitol Records. Album 1997 12 Songs. Genre: Alternative Rock. Review: Unreleased Radiohead Tracks Provide More Complete Picture of OK Computer. The members of Radiohead self-produced the album with Nigel Godrich, an arrangement they have used for their subsequent albums. About OK Computer. Will Hermes. They had toured with Alanis Morissette in support of their second LP, 1995's The Bends. Great records can conjure the illusion of being tailored specifically to whatever era the listener is in. Release date: 16th June 1997. OK Computer is the album that establishes Radiohead as one of the most inventive and rewarding guitar rock bands of the '90s. So pretty, so sad, so Radiohead. The bonus material includes familiar B-sides and a few previously unheard recordings that hint at an intriguing road not taken. OK Computer is the third studio album by English rock band Radiohead, released on 21 May 1997 on EMI subsidiaries Parlophone and Capitol Records. The band distanced themselves from the guitar. Then new-ish engineer and future Radiohead mainstay Nigel Godrich told Rolling Stone of the recording sessions: They were the band of my dreams. Produced by Nigel Godrich, it was recorded between July 1996 and March 1997, mostly in the historic mansion of St Catherine's Court. Happy 20 years, Ok Computer Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA December 19th, 1997 Airbag 00:00 Paranoid Android 04:42 Subterranean Homesick Alien Computer is the third studio album by English rock band Radiohead, released on 21 May 1997 on EMI subsidiaries Parlophone and Capitol Records. OK Computer. Full Review. Karma Police is the bands last great catchy pop tune, but its lesser known tracks like Let Down that still offer the surprises. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Radiohead. OK Computer 2xLP, Album, RP, Gat. There were no constraints. The nation has spoken and Radiohead are victorious. 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. The songs: 1. Radiohead: все альбомы, включая Ill Wind , OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 , A Moon Shaped Pool и другие


What a nice sounding pressing. I can't complain with what I hear.
Easily one of the finest pressings I own of any album. Some of the sonics literally jump out at you. If you haven't revisited this gem since the old CD days, track down a copy of this UK Parlophone pressing as it sounds like an entirely different album in places.
For me this Warner version is the definitive version to have. It's so dead quite I wonder if my reciever is on every time. Super Flat, Clean, and well balanced. It floors me everytime. Super Happy and impressed. I've heard similarly good things about the new XL reissues.
My copy says MADE IN EU and that it belongs to Warner. It does sound great. I got it via Barnes and Noble.com :)
Your copy willl be an earlier pressing from the EMI period, prior to Parlophone being taken over by Warner in 2010/11
My copy has the same runout info as this, but the labels do not have the "A Warner Music Group Company" text. Odd.
Same here. No mention of Warners on any of the labels but what a pressing :) One of the best sounding records I own.
Mine is the same as yours. I'm just going to catalog this one as it's the closest.
Just got back from the shop with a brand new sealed copy of this repress. Comparing the runouts to the photos here on Discogs of the first 1997 LP, this pressing is sourced from the exact same mothers/lacquers as the original release. The matrix stamps are in precisely the same position (in relation to the spiral of the runout groove) as the original, on all 4 sides. Only the position of the "2" has changed. I would not expect this edition to sound different to the original in any significant way, as they both come from the same cut.
It may be though, that the press is quite worn. Initial presses are always the best.
well no, it's not been remastered. However, many complained that they were experiencing a lot of surface noise with original pressing, but all accounts, this was cleared up on this reissue.
I'm a little confused. I picked up a copy at Hastings and the back cover has the Capitol label and the following text:©1997 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. ©1997 EMI Records Ltd.This would indicate that it's a US pressing right? Well the Matrix / Runout matches what is posted here on the UK Pressing with the NODATA stamp versus MASTERED BY CAPITOL.Am I missing something? I have ordered a copy from Amazon UK so I can see if there is a difference.
I have the exact same copy. Ordered from Amazon US. Capitol Records with text just like yours: ©1997 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. ©1997 EMI Records Ltd. Parlophone UK pressings inside ad they sound brilliant. Guess we got lucky.
I also just had this happen. Ordered from Barnes and Noble. Capitol on the sleeve, Parlophone on the records. Dead wax matches UK Parlophone release.
Same thing happened to me. Back cover says Capitol, but the labels on the record are Parlophone made in UK. Not sure what to think..
wynams comment below me is very helpful. sincere thanks for writing that all out.. unfortunately when i ordered from barnes and noble i got a capitol pressing. so YMMV on that route.. cheers
I got mine from vinyl-digital, fast shipping, good price. highly recommend this pressing sounds fantastic
Uh oh. I just ordered from B&N hoping to get the Parolophone pressing. I guess we'll see what comes in the mail. When did you order yours?
Just a heads up to anyone looking for this particular release out there ...B&N.com has the 1st repress version (analog master, 180 g vinyl, no surface noise) for $24.Here is my account of how I got from there to here:http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1sklajd
I recently ordered this LP using the link above, and I got the Capital version, not the Parlophone.
Me too. Totally sucks. Damaged to boot.
I ordered from B&N on March 12 and I got the Capitol release. So it looks like that's what their shipping now. That was a little disappointing.
how did it turn out?
Made an order through them... hopefully I wind up with the same version as you. Quick question though, how are you able to tell the difference between the 1st Parlaphone repress the ones that might be the same as the "From the Vaults".
This is my favorite album of all time and this is the best version/format I have listened to.
This is the best sounding copy of OK Computer you can get... It's the version you receive if you order from the UK. Get it! Nice analog sound (the recent Capitol Records issue is digital).
IS there a difference between the original pressing and the UK reissue on 180g? I'm very curious as to which sounds better! -cheers
I would have to agree.. at least about the cap reissues.. they're pretty garbagey.. gonna try and track down a light weight hail to the thief.
I'm getting my hands on a 180g reissue in the next couple of weeks and can let you know! I can tell you right now that the original non-180 sounds a ton better than the capitol reissue though. I've also compared 180g UK and non-180 UK pressings of Hail to the Thief (Both 2003 originals), and the lighter pressing is superior by far.
Does anyone knows how to spot the difference between this release and the original 1997 release?
From the description here and the original pressing it seems the matrix etchings on side 4 (moo) are different.
IIRC -- I might be wrong -- the original UK pressing was not sold shrinkwrapped, nor is it 180 gram vinyl.
i a recent change of the repress release on discogs it seems that the matrix number differs between the 2 releases. I didn't had time to check this out.
Did you get any info on this?