Radiodread – Reggae version of Radiohead’s OK Computer

Easy Star have done a reggae version of Radiohead’s Ok Computer. You can listen to some of the tracks on their MySpace. Lucky is really good. You can pre-order Readiodread from Amazon.com for $15.98 ex shipping (not UK) or from Musictoday for $12.99 ex shipping. Ships August 22nd.

Track listing:
1. Airbag featuring Horace Andy
2. Paranoid Android featuring Kirsty Rock
3. Subterranean Homesick Alien featuring Junior Jazz
4. Exit Music (For A Film) featuring Sugar Minnot
5. Let Down featuring Toots & The Maytals
6. Karma Police featuring Citizen Cope
7. Fitter Happier featuring Menny More
8. Electioneering featuring Morgan Heritage
9. Climbing Up The Walls featuring Tamar-kali
10. No Surprises featuring The Meditations
11. Lucky featuring Frankie Paul
12. The Tourist featuring Israel Vibration – Skelly Vibe
13. Exit Music (For A Dub)
14. An Airbag Saved My Dub

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8 Responses to “Radiodread – Reggae version of Radiohead’s OK Computer”

  1. Ken McGuire says:

    Just made my Friday :)

  2. Danicast says:

    Really awesome, I made a post about it at my blog. Thanks for the link! In case you wonder, I found you trough my friend’s blog.

  3. Conor says:

    eugh, thats just ..wrong.

    You can’t just reggae up Radiohead like that. It should be left in its proper natural form.

  4. Gavin Joyce says:

    Have a listen Conor, I think it works quite well. I’ll be buying it.

  5. Matt Manfredi says:

    I think it was an interesting thing to do, but it kind of destroys the radiohead way!
    Then again, if you like Reggae, then their version of Airbag, you must like!

    I wonder how Climbing up the walls would sound, because that is a very dreary type of song, and turning that into reggae I thought would be impossible.

  6. Tony says:

    It’s cool, it gives perspective on diffrent styles of music. OK Computer is a great album!

  7. Georgie says:

    It’s another gimmick like that band that did country version of their songs!

  8. Citizen Cope says:

    Collaborations out the wazoo. That Citizen Cope Song is chill.