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OK Computer

OK Computer is a rock album by the band Radiohead. It was released on June 16, 1997 in the United Kingdom and on July 1 in the United States. The album met with wide critical acclaim and commercial success, putting the British group at the forefront of modern rock. Arguably Radiohead's most significant breakthrough work, OK Computer was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1998 in the category of Best Alternative Music Performance which it won later that year. "OK Computer" is consistently featured on many critics' "best albums" lists.

The album's design is a collage of various images and text, some which are hidden, including several phrases in Esperanto.

Track listing:

  1. "Airbag"
  2. "Paranoid Android"
  3. "Subterranean Homesick Alien"
  4. "Exit Music (For a Film)"
  5. "Let Down"
  6. "Karma Police"
  7. "Fitter Happier"
  8. "Electioneering"
  9. "Climbing Up the Walls"
  10. "No Surprises"
  11. "Lucky"
  12. "The Tourist"

"Paranoid Android", "Karma Police" and "No Surprises" were released as singles; "Airbag" was released as part of the "Airbag/How Am I My Driving? EP" in 1998.

"Let Down", "Lucky", and "Climbing up the Walls" were released either as limited edition singles or promos.

Preceded by:
The Bends
1995
Radiohead Albums
Followed by:
Kid A
2000

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