Radiohead to Reissue ‘OK Computer’ for 20th Anniversary


Story by Charles Ken

Here’s what Radiohead was teasing earlier this week

Remember Radiohead’s mysterious teaser video from earlier this week? Well, the Thom Yorke-fronted band has officially dropped the news that they are reissuing their 1997 studio album, “OK Computer,” to celebrate the set’s 20th anniversary. By the way, can you believe that album is 20 this year?

The reissue, called “OKNOTOK,” will be available as a two-CD set, three-LP collection and digitally starting June 23.

“OKNOTOK” will pack the original 12 songs from “OK Computer” as well as eight B-sides. In addition, the collection will offer three previously unreleased tracks from the “OK Computer” period: “I Promise,” “Lift” and “Man of War.”

Everything on the reissue was “newly remastered from the original analogue tapes,” to boot.

Those looking for more bang for their buck will find it with the “OKNOTOK Boxed Edition,” which features a book of lyrics, some of Thom Yorke’s notes written during the OK Computer, artwork and a cassette mix tape with demos and session archives.

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