Having teased it last night with a new ‘Climbing up the Walls’ trailer video on their twitter account, Radiohead have revealed details of a 20th anniversary reissue of their 1997 album ‘OK Computer.‘ Entitled OKNOTOK it will contain the original record (remastered from the original analog tapes), three unreleased tracks and eight B-sides. The digital version is out June 23, and physical editions will be on sale in July through XL Recordings.
The three unreleased songs on OKNOTOK are “I Promise,” “Man of War,” and “Lift.” The “Boxed Edition” comes in a black box with heavyweight 180 gram 12” vinyl records, a hardcover book with over 30 pieces of art, a notebook with 104 pages of scrawled Thom Yorke notes, a 48-page sketchbook of Stanley Donwood and Yorke’s “preperatory work,” and a cassette mixtape with OK Computer demo and session tapes. Find out more on their website www.radiohead.co.uk
In June, Radiohead head back out on tour supporting last year’s long player A Moon Shaped Pool that includes a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival 2017.
OK Computer – FULL ALBUM: AU: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdyc9tZuipJJFISP-b3eTvYi0fqjLzpe8
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