Four Facts About Radiohead’s OK Computer

1. The lyrics would have been more positive if they had put up a bouncy castle in the studio

2.Fitter, happer was actually meant to be a gym commercial but was rejected, therefore the aggressive undertone

3. All trombone tracks were played by Hillary Greenwood, the dead brother of Johnny and Colin Greenwood

4. The album was heavily influenced by the first Pink Floyd EP “Okey-dokey Calculator”

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Four Facts About Radiohead’s OK Computer

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