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Radiohead - OK Computer £2.98 DELIVERED @ Amazon

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Great album, great band, great price. Some info: OK Computer is the third album by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released on 16 June 1997. Radiohead recorded the album in rural Oxfor… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Great album, great band, great price. Some info:

OK Computer is the third album by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released on 16 June 1997. Radiohead recorded the album in rural Oxfordshire and Bath, during 1996 and early 1997, with producer Nigel Godrich. Although most of the music is dominated by guitar, OK Computer's expansive sound and wide range of influences set it apart from many of the Britpop and alternative rock bands popular at the time, and it laid the groundwork for Radiohead's later, more experimental work. Radiohead do not consider OK Computer a concept album; however, its lyrics and visual artwork emphasise common themes such as consumerism, social disconnection, political stagnation, and modern malaise.

OK Computer reached number one on the UK Albums Chart and marked Radiohead's highest entry into the American market at the time, debuting at number 21 on the Billboard 200. The album expanded the band's worldwide popularity, and has been certified triple platinum in the UK, double platinum in the US, and platinum in Australia. OK Computer received considerable acclaim at the time of its release, and has been listed by music critics and listener polls as one of the greatest albums ever recorded.

All songs written by Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, and Phil Selway.

1. "Airbag" 4:44
2. "Paranoid Android" 6:23
3. "Subterranean Homesick Alien" 4:27
4. "Exit Music (For a Film)" 4:24
5. "Let Down" 4:59
6. "Karma Police" 4:22
7. "Fitter Happier" 1:57
8. "Electioneering" 3:51
9. "Climbing Up the Walls" 4:45
10. "No Surprises" 3:49
11. "Lucky" 4:20
12. "The Tourist" 5:25
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#1
Top deal - still a joy to listen to:thumbsup:
#2
No 'Bends' but still an excellent price for a great album.
#3
excellent deal
#4
In most people's top 5 albums
#5
Hot! I love Radiohead, and this album is a masterpiece!
#6
No 'Kid A' but still an excellent price for a great album.
#7
Good price, but it's been available at HMV for £2.99 for over a week
#8
No 'A Rush of Blood to the Head' but still an excellent price for a great album.

I'M OBVIOUSLY JOKING.
#9
Personally and imho this is the most overrated album in the history of music.

But u understand everyone has different tastes in music.

Good deal though
#10
spenspuma
Personally and imho this is the most overrated album in the history of music.

But u understand everyone has different tastes in music.

Good deal though


If you can't be right, be contrary.
#11
northy666
No 'A Rush of Blood to the Head' but still an excellent price for a great album.

I'M OBVIOUSLY JOKING.


What's the joke? Coldplay are good.

I'M OBVIOUSLY JOKING.
#12
spenspuma
Personally and imho this is the most overrated album in the history of music.

But u understand everyone has different tastes in music.

Good deal though


Thanks for letting us know. AGAIN.
#13
Outstanding Album. buy, buy buy!!
#14
As good a price and as great an album as this is, surely everyone who would want it already owns it? Personally, it would take a good price on one of the deluxe editions to put my hand in my pocket again.

Hot price still.
#15
Hiroki
Like someone has said this is the most overrated album in the history of music.

No worth the money


Not sure how this can be stated as overrated? Radiohead have never been commerical, that was the whole point! You either like it or hate it. I love it!
#16
Superb album! I was introduced to Radiohead properly (i.e. listening to all their albums) only a few years back after already being a big fan of Muse and to a lesser extent Coldplay. Every album of Radiohead's since (and including) The Bends has been stunning.

Listened to it again today as OP jogged my memory. Just gets better and better with repeat listens... Thanks OP!
#17
Always preffered the bends personally. still a great price.
1 Like #18
It's funny to watch people who were in diapers when this came out ragging on it to look like they've got a clue. Kind of like those people who genuinely think it's fashionable to hate the Beatles. It's like 'Fine, hate the Beatles. You're probably a much cooler person than I am. But I don't need to know.'

OK Computer is something you need to know, if you care about music. You don't need to like it. Maybe it'll even turn out you hate it. But you need to know this album to know the state of music in the late 90's. You can dislike it, but you can't ignore it. If you want to talk about music, this is part of your education. That's how you know it's a classic.

If you want to say this album isn't an important one, then you don't like music. Maybe you sometimes put some tunes on in the background to make you feel better now that Big Brother's finished. Maybe sometimes you like to dance with a hairbrush in your hand. Maybe you even like playing Rock Band in your underpants. But you don't like music if you haven't taken the time to know it.
#19
I own this tbh not a huge radiohead fan though Prefer yorkes solo stuff
#20
Great album!
#21
acarden
Not sure how this can be stated as overrated? Radiohead have never been commerical, that was the whole point! You either like it or hate it. I love it!


Its probably due to the fact that after just a few weeks of it being released it featured at NUMBER 1 in 'The Best Albums ever' Poll in Q Magazine....... what a joke !!!!:roll:

Now tell me thats not overrating it !!!
#22
wild_quinine
It's funny to watch people who were in diapers when this came out ragging on it to look like they've got a clue. Kind of like those people who genuinely think it's fashionable to hate the Beatles. It's like 'Fine, hate the Beatles. You're probably a much cooler person than I am. But I don't need to know.'

OK Computer is something you need to know, if you care about music. You don't need to like it. Maybe it'll even turn out you hate it. But you need to know this album to know the state of music in the late 90's. You can dislike it, but you can't ignore it. If you want to talk about music, this is part of your education. That's how you know it's a classic.

If you want to say this album isn't an important one, then you don't like music. Maybe you sometimes put some tunes on in the background to make you feel better now that Big Brother's finished. Maybe sometimes you like to dance with a hairbrush in your hand. Maybe you even like playing Rock Band in your underpants. But you don't like music if you haven't taken the time to know it.


What a complete load of claptrap.


1) I was 20 when this album came out , so not quite in diapers:roll:

2) I was heavily into Radiohead when this album came out

3) I own 4 guitars, 1 bass, a full sized drum kit and play regular in a 2 bands - so you are probably right, i havent a clue about music :whistling:

4) Im not saying its a dreadful album - Just that it has been (and is) overhyped so much that some people raved about how good it was before they had even heard it !! - thats how ott the hype was. And for me, it spoilt the album - along with the fact it was so far away from their stuff on 'The Bends', which WAS a great album.


Once again, just because YOU think it was an amazing album, doesnt mean EVERYONE ELSE should think the same or else they are idiots/kids/thick/stupid etc etc

Johann Sebastian Bach if he was alive may not have enjoyed the album, but does that mean he wouldnt have had a clue about music???

I feel that this album is a bit like marmite....you either love it or hate it - for many reasons i hated it.....but thats just my 'opinion'.
#23
Hiroki
I still say this is one of those albums like the Amy Winehouse one where people pretend to like it so they wont be accused of not having any music taste.


Couldnt have put it better myself.
#24
spenspuma
Its probably due to the fact that after just a few weeks of it being released it featured at NUMBER 1 in 'The Best Albums ever' Poll in Q Magazine....... what a joke !!!!:roll:

Now tell me thats not overrating it !!!


That's why I pay little attention to any media and make my own mind up on something. It's nowhere near as good as various polls/reviews would have you believe, but that is not the fault of the album.

There are some fantastic songs on it, Lucky, Exit, Subterranean Homesick Alien & No Surprises, to name but a few. I don't think it's as good an album as The Bends, but I still think it's a bloody good album in its own right. I reckon if anyone picked it up without knowing anything about Radiohead or the history of the album they'd be well impressed with it.

It's all about personal taste, though :thumbsup:
#25
The greatest album of all time
#26
spenspuma

Once again, just because YOU think it was an amazing album, doesnt mean EVERYONE ELSE should think the same or else they are idiots/kids/thick/stupid etc etc

Johann Sebastian Bach if he was alive may not have enjoyed the album, but does that mean he wouldnt have had a clue about music???


Read what I wrote again. And it's OK if you disagree. But I wasn't talking about whether or not this is the best album ever, or that everyone MUST like it. In fact I explained that TWICE, just in case some people couldn't read it the first time. :thinking: So good work there.

Once again: It's about whether or not it's an important album. And it is. It is an utterly defining album, in the same way that Pet Sounds or Nevermind was. You can't claim to be interested in this stuff if you haven't taken the time to get to know those albums.

Unless you're only interested in classical music or, I don't know, serialism or some crap like that, you need to know about this album.
#27
What an album! Give your ears a present.
#28
quality album, and for those of a dub/reggae persuasion get the tribute album


http://images.play.com/covers/1107533m.jpg
1. Airbag (featuring Horace Andy)
2. Paranoid Android (featuring Kirsty Rock)
3. Subterranean Homesick Alien (featuring Junior Jazz)
4. Exit Music (For A Film) (featuring Sugar Minott)
5. Let Down (featuring Toots & The Maytals)
6. Karma Police (featuring Citizen Cope)
7. Fitter Happier (featuring Menny More)
8. Electioneering (featuring Morgan Heritage)
9. Climbing Up The Walls (featuring Tamar-kali)
10. No Surprises (featuring The Meditations)
11. Lucky (featuring Frankie Paul)
12. The Tourist (featuring Israel Vibration)
13. Bonus Tracks:
14. Exit Music (For A Dub)
15. An Airbag Saved My Dub
#29
Or any car boot sale week in week out for 50p

don't really understand how a 10 year old album at £2.99 rocks peoples boats.

If u Ain't got it are you really gonna buy it
#30
The album almost single handedly destroyed most mediocre britpop bands like suede, pulp, kula shaker etc. But at the same time it spawned the likes of Coldplay, Keane and Jame Blunt. It still sounds like something from the future even after owning for over 12 years. Still no Kid A though.
#31
casparwhite
quality album, and for those of a dub/reggae persuasion get the tribute album


http://images.play.com/covers/1107533m.jpg
1. Airbag (featuring Horace Andy)
2. Paranoid Android (featuring Kirsty Rock)
3. Subterranean Homesick Alien (featuring Junior Jazz)
4. Exit Music (For A Film) (featuring Sugar Minott)
5. Let Down (featuring Toots & The Maytals)
6. Karma Police (featuring Citizen Cope)
7. Fitter Happier (featuring Menny More)
8. Electioneering (featuring Morgan Heritage)
9. Climbing Up The Walls (featuring Tamar-kali)
10. No Surprises (featuring The Meditations)
11. Lucky (featuring Frankie Paul)
12. The Tourist (featuring Israel Vibration)
13. Bonus Tracks:
14. Exit Music (For A Dub)
15. An Airbag Saved My Dub


Saw them at Glastonbury festival, they were amazing!

Also do a pink floyd and Beatles set as well.
#32
Great price for their 2nd best album, Kid A of course is first (How to disappear completely really makes that album special).
#33
Almost as good as the bends
#34
My fav album of all time
#35
Jerbs
The album almost single handedly destroyed most mediocre britpop bands like suede, pulp, kula shaker etc. But at the same time it spawned the likes of Coldplay, Keane and Jame Blunt. It still sounds like something from the future even after owning for over 12 years. Still no Kid A though.


...."James Blunt!" For god sake don't tell people that! I agree with the others.:thumbsup:
#36
I find this album seriously depressing and never understood how anyone could like it so much. Didn't vote either way. :)
#37
Forget this Rubbish

The Best of Cilla Black *Special Edition* is only £3.98, Now Thats What I Call Music

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Best-Cilla-Black/dp/B00006DICV/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1264180986&sr=1-2
#38
not the greatest album according to rolling stone its no 162 and the bends at 110,,,,:whistling:

I think this is quite a good list but to be fair id put ok computer ahead of the u2 albums anyday..

1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles

2. Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys

3. Revolver, The Beatles

4. Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan

5. Rubber Soul, The Beatles

6. What's Going On, Marvin Gaye

7. Exile on Main Street, The Rolling Stones

8. London Calling, The Clash

9. Blonde on Blonde, Bob Dylan

10. The Beatles ("The White Album"), The Beatles

11. The Sun Sessions, Elvis Presley

12. Kind of Blue, Miles Davis

13. Velvet Underground and Nico, The Velvet Underground

14. Abbey Road, The Beatles

15. Are You Experienced?, The Jimi Hendrix Experience

16. Blood on the Tracks, Bob Dylan

17. Nevermind, Nirvana

18. Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen

19. Astral Weeks, Van Morrison

20. Thriller, Michael Jackson

21. The Great Twenty-Eight, Chuck Berry

22. Plastic Ono Band, John Lennon

23. Innervisions, Stevie Wonder

24. Live at the Apollo (1963), James Brown

25. Rumours, Fleetwood Mac

26. The Joshua Tree, U2

27. King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 1, Robert Johnson

28. Who's Next, The Who

29. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin

30. Blue, Joni Mitchell

31. Bringing It All Back Home, Bob Dylan

32. Let It Bleed, The Rolling Stones

33. Ramones, Ramones

34. Music From Big Pink, The Band

35. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, David Bowie

36. Tapestry, Carole King

37. Hotel California, The Eagles

38. The Anthology, 1947 - 1972, Muddy Waters

39. Please Please Me, The Beatles

40. Forever Changes, Love

41. Never Mind the ********, Here's the Sex Pistols, The Sex Pistols

42. The Doors, The Doors

43. The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd

44. Horses, Patti Smith

45. The Band, The Band

46. Legend, Bob Marley and the Wailers

47. A Love Supreme, John Coltrane

48. It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, Public Enemy

49. At Fillmore East, The Allman Brothers Band

50. Here's Little Richard, Little Richard

51. Bridge Over Troubled Water, Simon and Garfunkel

52. Greatest Hits, Al Green

53. The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings, 1952 - 1959, Ray Charles

54. Electric Ladyland, The Jimi Hendrix Experience

55. Elvis Presley, Elvis Presley

56. Songs in the Key of Life, Stevie Wonder

57. Beggars Banquet, The Rolling Stones

58. Trout Mask Replica, Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band

59. Meet the Beatles, The Beatles

60. Greatest Hits, Sly and the Family Stone

61. Appetite for Destruction, Guns n' Roses

62. Achtung Baby, U2

63. Sticky Fingers, The Rolling Stones

64. Phil Spector, Back to Mono (1958 - 1969), Various Artists

65. Moondance, Van Morrison

66. Led Zeppelin IV, Led Zeppelin

67. The Stranger, Billy Joel

68. Off the Wall, Michael Jackson

69. Superfly, Curtis Mayfield

70. Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin

71. After the Gold Rush, Neil Young

72. Purple Rain, Prince

73. Back in Black, AC/DC

74. Otis Blue, Otis Redding

75. Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin

76. Imagine, John Lennon

77. The Clash, The Clash

78. Harvest, Neil Young

79. Star Time, James Brown

80. Odessey and Oracle, The Zombies

81. Graceland, Paul Simon

82. Axis: Bold as Love, The Jimi Hendrix Experience

83. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, Aretha Franklin

84. Lady Soul, Aretha Franklin

85. Born in the U.S.A., Bruce Springsteen

86. Let It Be, The Beatles

87. The Wall, Pink Floyd

88. At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash

89. Dusty in Memphis, Dusty Springfield

90. Talking Book, Stevie Wonder

91. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John

92. 20 Golden Greats, Buddy Holly

93. Sign 'o' the Times, Prince

94. Bitches Brew, Miles Davis

95. Green River, Creedence Clearwater Revival

96. Tommy, The Who

97. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan

98. This Year's Model, Elvis Costello

99. There's a Riot Goin' On, Sly and the Family Stone

100. In the Wee Small Hours, Frank Sinatra

101. Fresh Cream, Cream

102. Giant Steps, John Coltrane

103. Sweet Baby James, James Taylor

104. Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, Ray Charles

105. Rocket to Russia, Ramones

106. Portrait of a Legend 1951 - 1964, Sam Cooke

107. Hunky Dory, David Bowie

108. Aftermath, The Rolling Stones

109. Loaded, The Velvet Underground

110. The Bends, Radiohead

111. Court and Spark, Joni Mitchell

112. Disraeli Gears, Cream

113. The Who Sell Out, The Who

114. Out of Our Heads, The Rolling Stones

115. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, Derek and the Dominos

116. At Last, Etta James

117. Sweetheart of the Rodeo , The Byrds

118. Stand!, Sly and the Family Stone

119. The Harder They Come Original Soundtrack, Various Artists

120. Raising Hell, Run-DMC

121. Moby Grape, Moby Grape

122. Pearl, Janis Joplin

123. Catch a Fire, Bob Marley and the Wailers

124. Younger Than Yesterday, The Byrds

125. Raw Power, The Stooges

126. Remain in Light, Talking Heads

127. If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears, The Mamas and the Papas

128. Marquee Moon, Television

129. 40 Greatest Hits, Hank Williams

130. Paranoid, Black Sabbath

131. Saturday Night Fever, Various Artists

132. The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle, Bruce Springsteen

133. Ready to Die, The Notorious B.I.G.

134. Slanted and Enchanted, Pavement

135. Greatest Hits, Elton John

136. Tim, The Replacements

137. The Chronic, Dr. Dre

138. Rejuvenation, The Meters

139. All That You Can't Leave Behind, U2

140. Parallel Lines, Blondie

141. Live at the Regal, B.B. King

142. Phil Spector, A Christmas Gift for You, Various Artists

143. Gris-Gris, Dr. John

144. Straight Outta Compton, N.W.A

145. Aja, Steely Dan

146. Surrealistic Pillow, Jefferson Airplane

147. Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology, Otis Redding

148. Deja Vu, Crosby Stills Nash and Young

149. Houses of the Holy, Led Zeppelin

150. Santana, Santana

151. Darkness on the Edge of Town, Bruce Springsteen

152. The B-52's, The B-52's

153. Moanin' in the Moonlight, Howlin' Wolf

154. The Low End Theory, A Tribe Called Quest

155. Pretenders, The Pretenders

156. Paul's Boutique, Beastie Boys

157. Closer, Joy Division

158. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy, Elton John

159. Alive, Kiss

160. Electric Warrior, T. Rex

161. The Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding

162. OK Computer, Radiohead
#39
Does this album also come with a free packet of pozac too?
#40
prozac

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