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  1. Hi all, Why do people think OK Computer has remained so fresh and in my opinion relevant so long after it's release? Here's a piece (with some lovely old band pics) that gives their opinion: http://themalestrom.com/radiohead-ok-computer-20-years-on/
  2. Lots of love for Radiohead in my new book "I Blame Morrissey" which looks back at the 1990's through the eyes of an indie obsessed adolescent. He goes to see Radiohead supporting the Frank & Walters in Peterborough back in the very early days, sees them at Cardiff International Arena and Glastonbury in '94 and '97. Here is a brief snippet of what Jay (the narrator of the book) thinks of their performance at Glasto '94: We then witnessed a breathtaking set from Radiohead, during which Thom Yorke appeared to be undertaking psychological therapy by screaming his lyrics at the crowd. We cheered and clapped, for want of not knowing what else to do, whilst this tortured genius went about his art..... Promo video for the book, sample chapters and pre-order details can be found here: https://britainsnextbestseller.co.uk/index.php/book/index/IBlameMorrissey All the best,
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