Climbing Up The Walls - Radiohead - OK Computer (CD, Album)

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History was also on the minds of older rock fans. The praise heaped upon the album by the usually clueless mainstream music press got some people's backs up. The Emperors were wearing new clothes, they sneered, and it had all been done before and better : "Van Der Graaf Generator, King Crimson and Gentle Giant did this kind of thing in the early '70s," said Lee Jones. To Lee Jones, the 21 years since its release didn't even qualify it to be considered 'classic rock'. It is a defined period in musical history.

Just as the classical, romantic and modern eras were for instrumental music. In popular music we have had the swing, blues, jazz, rock'n'roll, British Invasion, Psych, Prog, etc eras.

We still have music influenced by these eras being produced today but they are pastiches of the originals. OK Computer was no pastiche, though. While it's often referred to a a ' Dark Side Of The Moon for the 90s', the comparison only works in terms of the 'album-as-movie' or at least mood-piece — it sounds little like the Floyd classic. In fact, it sounds little like anything. I remember hearing a Genesis record and thinking the Mellotron sounded amazing, so I stole it. A language of hate and spite to complement the music.

Even an independent could concede that it's not all genius. Songs like Electioneering and Climbing Up The Walls haven't aged too gracefully and, even at its best, the album is an acquired taste. To those who weren't convinced, this was a chance to right perceived wrongs and have their say. This is the new dynamic of reviews. This was the thought behind Album of the Week Club in the first place - to give the readers a say in the writing and rating of classic albums.

To those who love it, OK Computer sounds rich, beautiful, mysterious, romantic, anguished, baroque and thrillingly experimental. To those who don't? The disorder prevents the person from fulfilling life to the full standard, leaving the person with a feeling of lonely emptiness.

Just my interpretation, of course. General Comment Listen to this song late at night, alone, locked in your room with headphones on and your eyes closed. I double-dog dare you. Song Meaning I think this song has two parallel meanings: it describes both the danger of having mentally unstable people wandering around, as in the "Care in the Community" program in England; and also of the horror of madness, described from the point of view of madness itself.

There is no escape from insanity, because it is your own mind attacking itself. A very chilling song. My Interpretation It's weird no-one else put this, but this is what I always imagined the song to be about: I thought it was about evil inside us all, which some people have said, but I think it's specific to the book Lord of The Flies. The Drums and ambiant sounds remind me of a tribe in a jungle. If anyone's read the book, let me know if you think that's right or not.

General Comment it means so much. In the theory, that plays alternating songs from different albums, this song is the 16th song in the playlist. Heres a link: puddlegum. I think the most probable explanations are those from 'wkmaiday' and 'TheThought': it could be part of the 01 10 theory, or else the sum of total syllables in the two verses.

You're Making Me Dance T…. Raymond Coats. The Waves. Hidden Cities City's T…. David Gagne. The Hangman. Following the vinyl and boxed edition release two weeks later, it re-entered the chart at number 23, selling another 17, copies including 8, on vinyl and 7, on CD. The Observer wrote that the reissue, with its "excellent" unreleased songs, proved that Radiohead were "the world's greatest rock band, pushing the limits of what they, or anyone else, could achieve".

He begins sounding utterly wounded until — as if revelling in the places his voice is capable of taking the song — it ends up becoming something quite defiant. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alternative rock art rock. Main article: OK Computer. Rolling Stone. Retrieved 26 October Screen Source. Archived from the original on 1 December Retrieved 20 November Acclaimed Music. Archived from the original on 4 March The New York Times. Paranoid Android.

Subterranean Homesick Alien. Exit Music For a Film. Let Down. Karma Police [7 Fitter Happier]. Climbing Up the Walls. No Surprises.

OK Computer OKNOTOK is a reissue of the album OK Computer by the English alternative rock band was released in June , the album's 20th anniversary, following the acquisition of Radiohead's back catalogue by XL Recordings from EMI.. The reissue comprises remastered versions of the original album and its B-sides, plus three previously unreleased songs: "I.

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  1. OK Computer is the third studio album by English rock band Radiohead, released on on EMI subsidiaries Parlophone and Capitol members of Radiohead self-produced the album with Nigel Godrich, an arrangement they have used for their subsequent than the song "Lucky", recorded in , Radiohead recorded OK Computer in Oxfordshire and Bath between .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of OK Computer on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - 8 2 5,Parlophone - CDNODATA 02 • Format: CD Album, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock/5(7).
  3. Climbing Up the Walls. Radiohead. From the Album OK Computer May 21, out of 5 stars Radiohead is an awesome group, ok computer is an amazing Radiohead is an awesome group, ok computer is an amazing album, Climbing up the walls is my favorite cut. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States /5(3).
  4. Radiohead = レディオヘッド* Radiohead = レディオヘッド* - OK Computer = OKコンピューター ‎ (CD, Album) EMI, Parlophone: TOCP, 8 2 5: Japan: Sell This Version/5(11).
  5. Apr 07,  · With the exception of Nirvana's Nevermind, no rock of the '90s is as widely accepted as a masterpiece as Radiohead's OK Computer, and even partisans of Nirvana would have to acknowledge that OK Computer creates its own universe in a way that Nevermind does not. This makes it a bit of a tricky candidate for a deluxe reissue like this double-disc set: it's nice to have it .
  6. OK Computer Radiohead Alternative · Preview Editors' Notes The greatest album of all time? Plenty of polls suggest that, with Radiohead’s third set of songs frequently vying for that almighty accolade. There is, underneath the blanket praise, music too; a perfect () statement of pre-millennial angst that sees the singer Thom Yorke.
  7. "Climbing Up the Walls" and I must mention "Climbing Up the Walls" for it's stunning beauty, is perhaps the song that sums up the album to me. A creepy anthem of life's and man's irks and a tale of a paranoid society of an almost Orwellian capacity make it an almost mini- OK Computer if you will.
  8. Climbing Up the Walls Lyrics: I am the key to the lock in your house / That keeps your toys in the basement / And if you get too far inside / You'll only see my reflection / It's always best with.

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