OK Computer Remaster and the 01 and 10 playlist

OK Computer Remaster and the 01 and 10 playlist


Following the astonishing Glastonbury gig by Radiohead (it was by the way), the subject arose in the pub of the new OK Computer Remaster, the new Volume 2, and the idea that In Rainbows and OK Computer are linked by some weird digital sequence.  I do understand this is old news, but it was news to me.  So after some simple digging around it turns out that if you crossfade In Rainbows and OK Computer by 10 seconds they match up and complement each other, intros and outros merging seamlessly. I am bound to say this is not working for me as yet, either my software is crap (it is a Tidal thing) or it is all another conspiracy. In any case, Volume 2 (Link to Tidal) of the OK Computer Remaster is worth spending more time on than this crazy crossfade thing, but drop me a line if it works for you.  I’m going to try this on Spotify, which is apparently where this came from, but I’ll be listening to Volume 2 whilst I bugger about with track listings!

1. Airbag (OK Computer)
2. 15 Step (In Rainbows)
3. Paranoid Android (OK Computer)
4. Bodysnatchers (In Rainbows)
5. Subterranean Homesick Alien (OK Computer)
6. Nude (In Rainbows)
7. Exit Music (For A Film) (OK Computer)
8. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (In Rainbows)
9. Let Down (OK Computer)
10. All I Need (In Rainbows)
11. Karma Police (OK Computer)
12. Fitter Happier (OK Computer)
13. Faust Arp (In Rainbows)
14. Electioneering (OK Computer)
15. Reckoner (In Rainbows)
16. Climbing Up The Walls (OK Computer)
17. House Of Cards (In Rainbows)
18. No Surprises (OK Computer)
19. Jigsaw Falling Into Place (In Rainbows)
20. Lucky (OK Computer)
21. Videotape (In Rainbows)
22. The Tourist (OK Computer)

More here, no point in me regurgitating other websites, pic credit to:
Brooklyn Vegan

Main picture credit to the Nerdist, love it.

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    Simon Wilce

    OK (Computer), this sort of works better on Spotify, the crossfade is there, but I am not convinced. Some genius has put the Playlist up for you (Radiohead 01 and 10), which is brilliant, I think the crossfade needs to more than 10 seconds personally.

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