Radiohead's 'OK Computer' Voted Best Album of Last 25 Years
Radiohead's third album "OK Computer" has been hailed as the greatest record of the last 25 years. The 1997 release - which features iconic hits "Paranoid Android" and "Karma Police" - saw off competition from Oasis and Nirvana to be named the best album by readers of Q magazine.
Nirvana came second with "Nevermind", while the Gallagher brothers' now defunct band took the third and fourth spots with "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?" and "Definitely Maybe" respectively. Arctic Monkeys' hit "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I Am Not" was voted in at number five, while "The Joshua Tree" by U2 made number six.
The top 10 was rounded out by The Stone Roses' eponymous album, "The Bends" by Radiohead, U2's "Achtung Baby" and Muse's "Black Holes & Revelations".
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