There are two remixes of “Climbing Up The Walls”: (Zero 7 Mix) and (Fila Brazillia Mix). The former is the better of the two as the latter meanders too much at a minute longer, but both oddly remove all the menace from the song, which makes no sense.
On “Palo Alto,” Yorke sings about “a city of the future” but what transpires is no different than today. It alternates between sounds of studio wizardry and blasts of guitar-driven rock. “How I Made My Millions” is a plaintive vocal and lone piano. Sounds like someone other than Yorke singing.
The disc concludes with live material. “Airbag” was played live in Berlin on November 3, 1997 and its companion “Lucky” was played live in Florence a few days earlier on October 30, 1997. They are very faithful to the studio versions. Three live performances were taken from the BBC Radio 1’s Evening Session which aired on May 28, 1997 about three weeks before the album’s release. “Climbing Up The Walls,” “Exit Music (For A Film),” and “No Surprises” are noticeably different though from the album cuts though not drastically so. No doubt because the band was learning how to recreate them in a live setting.
Radiohead’s OK Computer is a classic album from the ‘90s. It and all the extras that now come with it are so well layered in sounds that it’s hard to imagine not finding something new with each listen.