23 Songs, 1 Hour 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“One of the crazy things we did was not release this song because we didn’t think it was good enough.” That was Thom Yorke’s message to a Norwegian crowd in June 2017 before Radiohead played “I Promise” live for the first time since 1996. The centerpiece of OKNOTOK’s second set of unreleased tracks and B-sides, it’s a startlingly beautiful snapshot of the band’s ridiculous post-The Bends, OK Computer-era potency. Elsewhere, “Lift” is another glistening gem from the vaults and “Meeting in the Aisle” provides a reminder of the band’s haunting way around an instrumental. A remastered OK Computer, meanwhile, remains the foreboding masterpiece it ever was.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“One of the crazy things we did was not release this song because we didn’t think it was good enough.” That was Thom Yorke’s message to a Norwegian crowd in June 2017 before Radiohead played “I Promise” live for the first time since 1996. The centerpiece of OKNOTOK’s second set of unreleased tracks and B-sides, it’s a startlingly beautiful snapshot of the band’s ridiculous post-The Bends, OK Computer-era potency. Elsewhere, “Lift” is another glistening gem from the vaults and “Meeting in the Aisle” provides a reminder of the band’s haunting way around an instrumental. A remastered OK Computer, meanwhile, remains the foreboding masterpiece it ever was.

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