12 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The greatest album of all time? Plenty of polls suggest that, with Radiohead’s third set of songs frequently vying for that almighty accolade. There is, underneath the blanket praise, music too; a perfect (1997) statement of pre-millennial angst that sees the singer Thom Yorke being awkward about everything, from trains to politics. "Karma Police" is the band’s last great catchy pop tune, but it’s lesser known tracks like "Let Down" that still offer the surprises. So pretty, so sad, so Radiohead.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The greatest album of all time? Plenty of polls suggest that, with Radiohead’s third set of songs frequently vying for that almighty accolade. There is, underneath the blanket praise, music too; a perfect (1997) statement of pre-millennial angst that sees the singer Thom Yorke being awkward about everything, from trains to politics. "Karma Police" is the band’s last great catchy pop tune, but it’s lesser known tracks like "Let Down" that still offer the surprises. So pretty, so sad, so Radiohead.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
180 Ratings

180 Ratings

444 ,

Splendid album

My parents had “The dark side of the moon”, I had “OK Computer”.

Sound trends ,

Awe

There are albums that are frozen in time.
Masterpieces. Much like Dark Side of the Moon, Astral Weeks, Never Loved Elvis, or even Sgt. Pepper.
They are listened in its order and entirety.
OK COMPUTER rivals the best in the history of rock music with its flow ,lyric, and feeling.
It demands to be among the top of any band achievement

z0lo ,

Kind of a masterpiece

Has to be listened to all the way through...sad,intense,powerful. Still as relevant now as when it came out during the first dot-com boom.

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