"True Love Waits: Christopher O'Riley Plays Radiohead" is an amazing fresh take on the best Radiohead songs from all their albums to date (excluding HTTF). The fact that so many RH songs translate naturally to classical piano is a testament that RH's songs are complex, and well-written with lots of little nooks and crannies that have yet to be explored.
I knew I was old when I heard REM's "Don't Go Back to Rockville" arranged for 101 strings in a WalMart in suburban Virginia at 6p on a Saturday. I wanted to run around the store telling people "NO! DON'T LISTEN! MY FAVORITE BAND DOESN'T REALLY SOUND LIKE THIS!" But listening to this CD, I would eagerly share it with others.
So go over to Amazon and listen to a sample. "Everything in it's Right Place" gives me chills. Put it on as background music the next time your friends come over. Wait until someone gets a look on their face like someone just farted and asks "Waitaminute, is this radiohead?" Then just sit there and smile and nod like the hardcore fan you are.