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RADIOHEAD: A CLASSIC ALBUM UNDER REVIEW - OK COMPUTER
The creative leap Radiohead made between their first and second album, 1993's Pablo Honey, and 1995's The Bends, was both unexpected and expansive however the astonishing emotional and compositional complexity of 1997's OK Computer launched the group into the realm of rock immortality. OK Computer is art-rock at its most sublime, with Thom Yorke howling his serene laments on countless classic tracks from Paranoid Android to Exit Music (for a Film).
This fascinating documentary celebrates one of the few rock masterpieces of the 1990's, and includes rare performances never before available on DVD, plus comments, criticisms and insights on every track from the album by: writer, journalist, and author of Radiohead: A Guide To Their Music, Mark Paytress respected rock authority and ex-Mojo editor, Barney Hoskyns Radiohead biographer Alex Ogg, and many more.
- The hardest interactive Radiohead quiz in the world ever
- The stories behind the DVD's experts
- Colin Greenwood
- Jonny Greenwood
- Thom Yorke
- Chrome Dreams