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Is OK Computer The Greatest Album Of The 90s?

Is OK Computer The Greatest Album Of The 90s?

Radiohead's OK Computer is 10 years-old in 2007 - when it was released in June 1997 it was hailed as a 21st-century rock 'n' roll blueprint.

In the latest Uncut, David Cavanagh explores the inside story of the making of the album- how Radiohead captured the politics, the panic, the pessimism, and the culture of the time to make an astounding record.

OK Computer spawned us Paranoid Android, Subterranean Homesick Alien, Karma Police, Electioneering, No Surprises amongst it's 53 minutes.

We think OK Computer is a pivotal, revolutionary album, but is it?

What does OK Computer mean to you? Does it still send a chill down your spine a decade on? Is it the greatest album made in the 90s?

Let us know what you think here - we'll be printing some of your answers in a future edition of Uncut.

Read the full OK Computer story in the latest Uncut, available in shops now.


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