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RadioheadOK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017

Label:XL Recordings – XLLP868X, XL Recordings – XLLP868
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
All Media, Limited Edition, Remastered, Blue Opaque, 180 Gram
Country:UK & Europe
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Art Rock, Experimental, Indie Rock


A2Paranoid Android
A3Subterranean Homesick Alien
B1Exit Music (For A Film)
B2Let Down
B3Karma Police
C1Fitter Happier
C3Climbing Up The Walls
C4No Surprises
D2The Tourist
E1I Promise
E2Man Of War
E5Meeting In The Aisle
Programmed ByHenry Binns, Sam Hardaker
F2A Reminder
F3Polyethylene (Parts 1 & 2)
F5Palo Alto
F6How I Made My Millions

Companies, etc.



Originally advertised as being "Limited to 7,000 copies".
Unconfirmed 10,000 copies pressed due to pre-order demand.
Indie record stores exclusive.

Triple-sleeve gatefold jacket with colour printed inner sleeves.
Three 180 gram blue coloured 12" vinyl records containing the original twelve track album,
three unreleased tracks and eight B-sides, all newly remastered from the original analogue tapes.
Includes a download code card (for MP3 or WAV formats).

Different barcodes on the cover and shrink.

XLLP868 appears on the back of the gatefold.
XLLP868X appears on a sticker on the shrink wrap on the back of the gatefold.

℗ 1997-2017 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by XL Recordings Limited.
© 1997-2017 XL Recordings Limited.

Printed in E.U.
Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed - Sticker): 6 34904 08688 6
  • Barcode (Scanned - Sticker): 634904086886
  • Barcode (Printed - Cover Back): 6 34904 08681 7
  • Label Code: LC 05667
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [etched]): IP XLLP868-A1 BH76012-01 A1 BAZZA ALCHEMY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [etched]): SKIP XLLP868-B1 BH76012-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C [etched]): SKY XLLP868-C1 BH76012-02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D [etched]): BLUE XLLP868-D1 BH76012-02 D1 PW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E [etched]): XLLP868-E3 BH77761-01 E1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F [etched]): IT XLLP868-F1 BH76013-01 F1 =^^

Other Versions (5 of 192)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
OK Computer (CD, Album, Stereo)Parlophone, Parlophone7243 8 55229 2 5, CDNODATA 02Europe1997
OK Computer (CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCDP 7243 8 55229 2 5US1997
OK Computer (CD, Album)Parlophone7243 8 55229 2 5Canada1997
OK Computer (CD, Album, Misprint)Parlophone7243 8 55229 2 5Argentina1997
OK Computer (Minidisc, Album)Parlophone7243 8 55229 8 7UK1997
Lanakias1's profile picture
Edited 18 hours ago
This pressing has the 2017 remastered sound. The source is from there and the "XL Recordings" 2016 vinyl pressing has the original mastering. Both have no issues on surface noise ect. It is a matter what mastering you prefer. Personal I prefer the original mastering. It sound more raw with more low end. In the 2017 they put more upper end and the sound became brighter and thinner.
All in all, is what mastering you prefer to listen. If you like the 2017 mastering, this is great vinyl to own. If you like the original go and get the 2016 reissue. It sounds great.
tobester's profile picture
Had this shelved for a while so pulled it out for a recent play - where it’s good it’s phenomenal but…..there is distortion present in some parts (not the music obvs) - as a force of habit I put everything through a pro-ject cleaning system before playing - the disc is immaculate and my cartridge regularly cleaned so the fault is in the pressing which is a shame - if 100% of it sounded as good as the best bits I’d agree with the comments but unfortunately it’s let down here and there by pressing issues - maybe I was unlucky…
iperez's profile picture
Pure class. Awesome sound. Just buy this pressing and enjoy this masterpiece.
TheRealStevenSegal's profile picture
To middlepillar (and other curious folks), in answer to your question about differentiating between the black vinyl and the blue vinyl, the hype sticker should indicate blue vinyl.
middlepillar1984's profile picture
I posted the same comment on the 3lp black version...
Can anyone help identify the cause of this issue ive had?
I bought this album at sunrise records for like 70 dollars. I was under the impression it was the blue version because its 3 lps, made in the uk, and the barcode and matrix number listed on the outer packaging all match up to that version.
Upon opening i saw what i feared i would, it was just black, and the 2cds advertised as being included on the sticker (store applied sticker, not factory) were not present....
i guess my question is how does one identify that it is the blue version? Will it be listed as so on the blue hype sticker? And the cds... i imagine the price listed by the store was reflective of the fact that it was supposed to include the cds. I bought it under that impression and based on the matching numbers that i believed were an indication of it being the coloured vinyl.
The store says they will exchange it for another copy that “feels like it has the cds inside” or i could get store credit.
Should cash back not be offered? Seeing as I wouldn’t have bought it and shelled out near 100 dollars if i didnt think it was this version. I get if i just mixed up the versions but there were no cds inside.. id have just bought the standard reissue if i knew that it would be like this :/
jjnance79's profile picture
Amazing sounding. I'm eargasming on Exit Music now...just an amazing album. I feel so 1997 up in here right now...
bullcitytarheel's profile picture
Edited one year ago
This is the best sounding vinyl I own, bar none. It's absolutely the best way to listen to one of the best albums of all time. And it's packaged beautifully.
7knapp's profile picture
Not a huge fan of the album, honestly, but my friend has a 2LP Black copy that he let me borrow and damn it sounded amazing. So I bit the bullet and got the 3LP Blue because everyone said it's the bee's knees and damn were they right. It sounds killer. If you are proud of your stereo on a quality standpoint you definitely need to get a copy just to hear it. High recommendation in my book.
XETSOF's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
Definitely the best pressing of this album. Dead quiet, and a superb soundstage.
andreaperuzzi23's profile picture
Great pressing !!!! My copy sound amazing , in my opinion better than my old cd