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.
BATESVILLE – There is a slight decrease in the number of students attending class at Batesville Community Schools so far this year.Early this school year, there are approximately 2,150 students, less than a percentage point down from last year.Batesville Superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts told school board members Monday that numbers can fluctuate as the school year progresses.The following breakdown lists student numbers at respective schools:Batesville Primary School (grades K-2) – 455 studentsBatesville Intermediate School (grades 3-5) – 462 studentsBatesville Middle School (grades 6-8) – 484 studentsBatesville High School (grades 9-12) – 749 students
Last Updated: 10th October, 2019 16:36 IST WWE: Seth Rollins Responds To Fans Calling Him ‘Not Cool’ Speculations had been running rife that Rollins will be coming to this week’s Raw to confront The Fiend, but that didn’t happen SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 10th October, 2019 16:36 IST FOLLOW US WWE Hell in a Cell Seth Rollins vs ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt: Match OverviewThe match started with the champion Rollins doing everything he could to take advantage but the masked challenger appeared unfazed. Then, Rollins brought in the kendo sticks and started hitting him with it, but that didn’t work either. Wyatt then took control of the match and started punishing The Beastslayer until the champ grabbed the steel steps and slammed ‘The Fiend’ with them. Wyatt soon recovered and hit Rollins with a Sister Abigail into the cell.Also Read l WWE Hell In A Cell: The Fiend terrorises Seth Rollins in main eventIn the latter part of the match, Rollins started delivering numerous stomps but ‘The Fiend’ fought back to his feet. He hit Wyatt again with four stomps and a pedigree before pinning ”The Fiend’ for an unsuccessful one count. Rollins then brought out a ladder and used it to smash the chair which was lying on Wyatt’s head for a second count. Rollins followed up by grabbing the sledgehammer and unloaded on ‘The Fiend’ before the referee called off the match.Also Read l WWE Hell In a Cell: Will Seth Rollins slay ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt? Despite retaining his WWE Universal Championship title against ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt at Hell in a Cell, Seth Rollins received a brutal punishment from Wyatt after the bell rang. Some fans did not seem so impressed with the outcome of the match as the chants of AEW filled the arena. Speculations had been running rife that Rollins will be coming to this week’s Raw to confront The Fiend, but that didn’t happen. However, Rollins had earlier reacted to the events which followed the main event between the WWE Universe and him.Also Read l WWE Hell in a Cell: Was Seth Rollins vs Bray Wyatt the worst fight?What happened after the main event?After suffering a lot of punishment, Rollins got up and started walking towards the exit. While he was walking out, a fan started shouting ‘Seth Rollins is not cool’ with the sign which had the same thing written on it. Seth looked at the man and as the matter was heating up, a bunch of referees came in and stopped the situation from escalating further. Rollins addressed the incident by using the quote of the fan as a hashtag. Here’s what the passionate wrestler tweeted.Also Read l WWE Hell in a Cell: Reactions on Seth Rollins vs The Fiend Written By LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE Adil Khan COMMENT