One of Radiohead's best-known songs began as an inside joke before it turned into a spooky vision of a dystopian future.
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Thom Yorke cries, “Don’t get sentimental / It always ends up drivel” on 'OK Computer’'s fifth track, about so many forms of alienation.
After Radiohead was asked by director Baz Luhrmann to contribute a song to 'Romeo + Juliet,' the result was 'Exit Music (For a Film).'
Miles Davis's jazz-fusion classic influenced the spacey sounds on the 'OK Computer' track and its Martian poetry.
Radiohead had some goofy fun when they stitched together a few different song segments to make 'OK Computer''s most epic, experimental track.
An enterprising fan believes the doctored cover photo for Radiohead's 1997 album was taken in Hartford, Conn.
The first track, and final single, from 'OK Computer' found Radiohead creating a bridge between 'The Bends' and their new album, inspired by a car accident.
As with the other two unreleased songs on 'OKNOTOK,' "I Promise" was regularly featured on Radiohead's 1996 tour.
Radiohead began performing "Lift" in 1996 and will release a version of in on 'OKNOTOK,' the 20th anniversary edition of 'OK Computer.'
Radiohead attempted to record "Man of War" during sessions for 'The Bends' and 'OK Computer,' but never released it.