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  1. Hi everyone, Radiohead No Surprises Sheet Music, with lyrics. a complete score. Enjoy! Hed
  2. 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/
  3. [cross-posted from /r/radiohead] Like many fans, I've always wondered where the highway on the cover of OK Computer was supposed to be, but figured the image was too fuzzy to identify -- it may have even been a drawing for all we know. Then I came across the recently released concept art from the OKC era that showed more details from the underlying photo -- and saw an opportunity. It doesn't show that much more, but you can tell that the area is urban, hilly, and probably American going by the signage and right-driving traffic. Unfortunately you can't quite read the lettering, but hopefully it was enough for an expert to make use of. So I headed off to the forums at AARoads.com, a haven for "roadgeeks" who love discussing interstates, construction, road trips, etc. I feared the question was hopelessly obscure, but in just six hours I had my answer, courtesy of poster Mapmikey: the eastbound junction of I-84 (a.k.a. the Yankee Expressway) with I-91 in Hartford, Connecticut, just before it crosses the Connecticut River. More links: Google Maps Streetview Bird's-eye view View in Google Earth (from Hilton's POV): one - two - three An animated .GIFV showing a better angle Mapmikey explains his impressive methodology: Looking at the area in Google Earth, it looks like the photo was taken from out the window of the nearby Hilton. And looking at the band's gigography, I think I can even pinpoint the date: August 20th, 1996, one of the last gigs before they went back to the UK to record OK Computer. Twenty-year-old mystery: solved. Now to figure out where the heck that Kid A mountain range is... edit: oh noes, some congressman wants to bulldoze the whole thing and move it underground! OCCUPY HARTFORD.
  4. In case anyone was wondering what No Surprises would sound like on the sarangi (a subcontinental bowed instrument) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3UMiHRIqO8
  5. We're making a documentary for BBC Four series People's History of Pop. We want to feature fans of Radiohead's OK Computer. We want to hear your stories of hearing the album for the first time and any memorabilia you have - rare releases, ticket stubs, photos of you at their gigs etc. To get involved, please go to our website bbc.co.uk/peoplespop or email phop@7wonder.co.uk with your stories. Check out our promo film about the project - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p042z8qq
  6. Read the full article at www.UofMusic.com: http://www.uofmusic.com/blog/6092/the-tourist-radiohead-a-sordid-boon While the intended meaning of “The Tourist” from Radiohead’s third studio album OK Computer released in 1997 may be up for debate, a few things about the song are certain. Thom Yorke’s golden voice is a euphonious instrument capable of providing a singular experience and inspiring tremendous feeling...
  7. http://www.clickhole.com/article/oral-history-radioheads-ok-computer-2370 you guys read this yet? lots of cool info in there i've never seen before.
  8. Hi, A world contest was launched to elect the best band of the year! RadioheadCAN'T LOOSE, if you wanna participate click here: http://www.evergig.com/artists/radiohead (1 follow = 1 vote) Come on : let's prove we're the best fans ever. And to remind us why we're voting for them, here's a live video: https://www.evergig.com/concerts/2012/11/16/Rod_Laver_Arena_Melbourne_Park_Precinct/Radiohead
  9. Would this be ethical? (Like if it didn't suck completely)
  10. Nice overview and history of OK Computer http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/ok_computer
  11. I read somewhere that the band was thinking of releasing Let Down as a single in the US and so they filmed a music video for it. But then apparently they decided they didn't like it so they scrapped it. Is there any truth to this? Is it possible that the video is floating around out there on the net? Furthermore, on Wikipedia it states that the band filmed a video for every song on OK Computer. Where are they?
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