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OK Computer (album) by Radiohead 

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OK Computer
OK Computer by Radiohead (1997)
Overall rank: 1st   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
91/100 (from 2,122 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1997 (1st)
Best album of the 1990s (1st)
Best album of all time (1st)

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From CitizenInFlames 04/12/2014 12:40
Really isn't anything more to be said. But don't force yourself to like it if you don't, these things take time.
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From Gooz 04/04/2014 18:17
Funny how its haunted atmosphere makes me chill.
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From manurock 04/03/2014 22:18
What can be said which hasn't been said yet about this masterpiece? I guess that people who lived at this time were shocked that there could be such a perfect album; hard to find one as good since all the brilliant '70's albums. Thanks to this progressive, sometimes melancholic, dark and varied concept album full of outstanding songs like "Karma Police", "No Surprises" or "The Tourist" Radiohead became a legend, and have influenced modern bands like Muse or Coldplay. Kudos to them. It's a pity that they never made this sound again.
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From Antonio-Pedro 03/29/2014 10:03
Is amazing how radiohead can juggle with the chords , changing and hiding the true progressions , leaving gaping the most classic guitarist, and giving intelligence to the most idiotic punks. I never would like to enjoy this album , because everyone liked, but in a day he could win my love. Even though I'm not a fan of alternative music ( that's my peak), I got to the end of the album , with so many different movements and progressions. having depression, doom and invisible happiness while listening every lost voice or every guitar in the vacuum. In fact , emotions arise every time I hear this album , I know it seems like it is a being made ​​of stone , but it just there to give you good times (well...not too good).It seems like every song is moving like a shadow, but a shadow that sometimes want to make you sad and this shadow sometimes wants to make you indifferent making you feel happy and unhappy at the same time, it is hard to regret a feeling for this shadow sometimes you want to kill it. But it is not bringing any problem. I used to see my father singing " Karma Police" with my godfather, I thought that it was a strange thing,since it was such a depressing song. Today I still don't know why he did it , but i guess that sometimes that depression is so strong that you get to the point of having to share it with someone to not support all the weight. " Exit Music " is another favorite , reminds me of desperation , and final movie scenes,(of course you idiot ... this is the name of the song duhhh. but for me the best is "No surprises", it manages to convey a sense an of lightness and calm at the same time making you forget that time is passing and enjoy your last nap. A new way of making music had been created , playing with it ​​and taking listeners to extremes of feeling and reason.
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From vinnid127 03/26/2014 23:22
Never before has an album spoken to me as much as OK Computer (it still does). every listen is still a beautifully haunting experience
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From GandalfORiley345 03/17/2014 04:37
this album just make the 90s
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From sonicdiscourse 03/17/2014 00:54
The hallmark of Radiohead's greatness: This is by far the greatest Radiohead album, but albums 2-4 (Kid A, The Bends, In Rainbows, respectively) still have many proponents.
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From culley96 03/15/2014 21:15
Greatest album of all time. Every song flows perfectly into the next, and the musicianship is still the most beautiful and complex I've ever heard. I don't believe anything will ever eclipse OK Computer.
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From Karnoffel 03/12/2014 06:15
Awesome set of songs, Airbag and Paranoid Android stands out for me, probably because that since they're the first songs in the album, they had the chance for a stronger first impression.
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From leoguzman 03/08/2014 21:53
A real master stroke here.
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Best Albums of 1997
1. OK Computer by Radiohead
2. Urban Hymns by The Verve
3. Homogenic by Björk
4. Either/Or by Elliott Smith
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6. The Colour And The Shape by Foo Fighters
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14. Third Eye Blind by Third Eye Blind
15. Mogwai Young Team by Mogwai
16. Homework by Daft Punk
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18. Time Out Of Mind by Bob Dylan
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