There has been much buzz about the upcoming 20th anniversary of Radiohead’s OK Computer, with the mysterious “Fitter Happier”-themed and politically charged street art popping up across major metropolitan areas such as London, New York, Amsterdam, and more. While the band has not officially confirmed their participation in the street art campaign, the images also coincided with a more official announcement from the Radiohead camp. Stanley Donwood, the artist and writer behind Radiohead’s album and poster artwork since 1994, recently posted an work on Instagram post featuring the Radiohead logo front and center along with the caption “soon to be real,” thus implying to keep our eyes out for new announcement from the infamous British rock band. Such speculations were confirmed today when the band announced that it would issue an anniversary edition of their seminal album.The 20th anniversary issue of OK Computer is dubbed OKNOTOK, and will be released on June 23rd. In addition to the remastered tracks from the original album, the special edition will also include three previously unreleased tracks—“I Promise,” “Lift,” and “Man Of War”—and eight B-sides. Pre-sale for Radiohead’s OKNOTOK is currently under way here. In addition to more traditional formats such as digital download, CD, and vinyl, the group is also offering a boxed edition that includes “three heavyweight 180 gram black 12″ vinyl records,” a special hardcover book filled with unseen artwork and the full lyrics to the tracks on OKNOTOK, a notebook compiling selections Thom Yorke’s notes at the time, a small sketchbook with Donwood and Yorke’s visual plans for the album, and a cassette mix tape containing session archives and demoes from OK Computer. You can pre-order these goodies here, so that you can be the first to have your hands on them when they’re officially release on June 23rd.
Related Shows A Delicate Balance View Comments Glenn Close Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 22, 2015 Star Files Glenn Close is returning to Broadway in Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance this month, starring opposite fellow Tony winner John Lithgow, and she’s loving the challenge. On her Today Show visit on October 6, Close told Matt Lauer, “all of us have come to the moment where you sink to you knees and roll on the floor.” Sometimes, even Oscar nominees resort to the fetal position. On her long-awaited return to the Great White Way after 20 years, Close says, “It’s where I think my home is, and it’s where you really have to come up with the goods. At this point in my career, I was incredibly motivated to come back—to be in a challenging show with remarkable actors around me.” You can catch her come up with the goods beginning October 20 at the Golden Theatre!
KYLE Kuzma’s 3-pointer with 0.4 seconds left lifted Los Angeles Lakers to a 124-121 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Monday night near Orlando.LeBron James had 29 points 12 assists for the Lakers, who snapped a three-game losing streak. Anthony Davis finished with 27 points, and Kuzma contributed 25.Reserve guard PJ Dozier had 18 points to lead the Nuggets, who had eight players reach double figures. Michael Porter Jr had 15 points on 6-of-6 shooting, including 3-of-3 on 3-pointers. Jamal Murray had 14 points, Paul Millsap scored 13 and Nikola Jokic chipped in 12 for Denver. The Nuggets rested their starters for much of the fourth quarter, and the loss left them 1-1/2 games back of Los Angeles Clippers for the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference with two games remaining. The two teams meet today.Toronto Raptors 114 – Milwaukee Bucks 106 Chris Boucher had a career-best 25 points to go with 11 rebounds, and Toronto defeated Milwaukee for the first time this season as both teams played without key players.Matt Thomas added a career-best 22 points for Raptors and Norman Powell had 21 points and eight rebounds. Pascal Siakam added 14 points for Toronto.Kyle Korver scored 19 points for Milwaukee, Khris Middleton had 17, and George Hill netted 14.Phoenix Suns 128 – Oklahoma City Thunder 101 Devin Booker scored 35 points and Phoenix continued its surprising undefeated run through the NBA bubble, cruising past short-handed Oklahoma City.Booker, who sat out the fourth quarter, notched his 90th career 30-point game and tied Suns legend Walter Davis for most 30-point games in franchise history. Mikal Bridges and rookie Cameron Johnson added 18 points each for Suns, who have won all six seeding games in the bubble and remain in the thick of the race for a post-season berth.Darius Bazley’s 22 points and 10 rebounds led Thunder. Oklahoma City, who lost a 15-point lead in the first half and have already clinched a playoff spot and are 3-3 in the bubble.Dallas Mavericks 122 – Utah Jazz 114 Tim Hardaway Jr led Dallas with 27 points and Seth Curry added 22 to lead Mavericks to a victory over Utah.Boban Marjanovic added 20 points and nine rebounds and J.J. Barea chipped in 18 for Mavericks, who rallied from a 22-point deficit.Jordan Clarkson scored 18 points to lead Utah. Rayjon Tucker added a career-high 17 points while Emmanuel Mudiay added 14 and Georges Niang chipped in 13 for Jazz, who blew a late double-digit lead for a second straight game.Miami Heat 114 – Indiana Pacers 92 Jimmy Butler, returning from a three-game injury absence, had game-highs with 19 points 11 rebounds four steals, to lead Miami past Indiana and into sole possession of fourth place in the Eastern Conference.Butler, who also had five assists in 29 minutes, had been out with a sore right foot. The teams were tied at halftime, but Heat led by as many as 18 points in an explosive third quarter and cruised from there, cooling off Pacers star T.J. Warren along the way.Warren entered Monday as the league’s top scorer in the restart, averaging an impressive 34.8 points on 60.5 percent shooting from the floor and 55.6 percent on 3-point attempts. However, Miami held him to 12 points on 5-for-14 shooting, including 2-for-6 on 3-point attempts. Victor Oladipo led Indiana with 14 points. (Field Level Media)