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RadioheadOK Computer

Label:Parlophone – NODATA 02, Parlophone – 7243 8 55229 1 8
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Gatefold
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Alternative Rock


A2Paranoid Android6:23
A3Subterranean Homesick Alien4:27
B4Exit Music (For A Film)4:24
B5Let Down4:59
B6Karma Police4:21
C7Fitter Happier1:57
C9Climbing Up The Walls4:45
C10No Surprises3:48
D12The Tourist5:24

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Standard weight vinyl housed in a matte gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves.
Printed inner sleeves have cutouts at the mid-top in front side of each. Generally speaking, the whole artwork and packaging is identical to the 1st pressing including the thin cardboard material of the gatefold cover.

180 gram version of this repress: Radiohead - OK Computer

Audio fixing and dubbing done at Mayfair, Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst, Courtyard and The Church. Mastered at Abbey Road.

Tracklist as printed on jacket rear (1-12)
Logical track order: Eeny: 1-3 Meeny: 4-6 Miney: 7-10 Mo: 11-12

Made in the U.K. [labels]
Printed in UK [jacket]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 24385 52291 8
  • Other (Label caption side A/B): 7243 8 57331 1 6
  • Other (Label caption side C/D): 7243 8 57332 1 5
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: lc 0299
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped): NODATA 0X2A-1-1- D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - etched): 8552291 1A1 I LIKE YOU, YOU ARE A WONDERFUL PERSON VINYL BLAIR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped): NODATA 0X2B-1-1- D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - etched): 8552291 1B1 I'M FULL OF ENTHUSIASM I'M GOING PLACES
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C - stamped): NODATA 0X2C-1-1- D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C - etched): 8552291 1C1 I'LL BE HAPPY TO HELP YOU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D - stamped): NODATA 02 D-1-1- D

Other Versions (5 of 193)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
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OK Computer (CD, Album)Parlophone7243 8 55229 2 5Canada1997
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OK Computer (CD, Album, Misprint)Parlophone7243 8 55229 2 5Argentina1997
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OK Computer (Minidisc, Album)Parlophone7243 8 55229 8 7UK1997
Anthon40's avatar
Edited 4 months ago
There is a 180 gram of this. Everything else exactly the same—matrix, die cut, todos

MEllODrOnE's avatar
Edited 8 months ago
I have this version and it sounds really amazing. So much better than the CD ever could. The presence and sheer definition of the music is on another level. I can feel the drums, hear all the little details and absorb the haunting echo of Thoms voice. This is a stellar pressing and I don’t have any issues with mine. I recommend this one if you come across it.

I think the only way this press can be distinguished from the ‘97 press or the 2013 press is by noticing the outer rim indentation on the record label. The other releases don’t seem to have this. But how to differentiate it from the 180g repress other than weight, I’m not sure if there’s a way. However, if this is the version I have. The cardboard used on the cover of this record is a super flimsy cardstock which I have seen used on other 90s vinyl record outer sleeves like Nirvana’s Incesticide and Sonic Youth’s Experimental Jet Set Trash and No Star.

Mchavero's avatar
This pressing uses the same stampers from EMI UK which are cut hot!
On the good side, the low and hi freqs are unbelievable and you get a lot of detail and definition. You can hear the guitars really nice and clear.
On the bad side, hot cuts tend to generate distortion in the mid freqs and this one is not the exception. Therefore some details in the sticks such as the snares during heavy and loud parts are kinda missing ore faded. However I don't think any of these should be considered "bad". It is just different to other releases such as Capitol (from the vaults) and current XL (which actually uses less groove on each side of the vinyl itself).
jtm1967's avatar
This is the 1997 UK 2nd press with the die cut inner sleeves and 120 gram weight vinyl! Bought this new back in early 1998 while in the UK traveling! I have heard several different pressings and must say that this one is by far the best! Perfect bass, mid and high end with excellent transparency! Zero noise and can be volume maxed with NO sibilance or shrill high end that plagued several modern pressings. This press will give you the best value and collectibility rolled into one
youllgrowonme's avatar
which "nodata 02" version is also the "printed in the EU" version?
sireloco's avatar
Edited one year ago
When was this released? What year? Must go home after work to find out which version I got
jsinger777's avatar
Edited one year ago
This version seems to be a new entry instead of being this one: I don't know that it's legitimate. It seems like the only difference is a "heavyweight" vinyl (which I think may not be correct) and a "Imported in Canada" sticker which the other version says can happen when it's imported - so it's not a different issue.
oremuto's avatar
Can anyone please tell me the difference between this pressing (1997 RP) and the 2008 RP?
2008 RP here :
youllgrowonme's avatar
If I have a sealed version, how would I know which version of the "NODATA 02" this would be?
noiseAnnoys83's avatar
I have a pressing that matches the inscription on the records in this entry, though the records feel to be a bit heavier than standard 120gm. They're nice and flat and the records feel good in your hand. None 8552291 numbers on Side D. "Vinyl Blair" is etched on Side A. No die cut inner sleeves and the gray-old style paper, slightly on the flimsy side. But this pressing is probably the best I've ever heard this album. I've owned this release since 2008-2009.