Listen to Radiohead’s OK Computer reimagined as Nintendo 64 songs

Following on from In Rainbow Roads earlier this year, Youtuber on4word has recreated another of the band’s releases using sounds from the video game console.

Radiohead’s 1997 album OK Computer has been reimagined using sounds from Nintendo 64 games including Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and Ocarina of Time, Banjo Kazooie, Yoshi’s Story, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards and Golden Eye 007. The music is also accompanied by clips from the different video games the sound fonts are taken from.

Titled OK Nintendo 64, on4word shared the full 12-track release last Sunday (4 June) with Airbag, Subterranean Homesick Alien and Fitter Happier all recreated using the Super Mario 64 soundtrack – which the Youtuber previously used to reimagine In Rainbows. Elsewhere on the album, Karma Police uses sounds from Star Fox 64 whilst Let Down and Electioneering have been recreated using sound fonts from two different The Legend of Zelda games: 1998’s Ocarina of Time and 2000’s Majora’s Mask respectively. Listen to OK Nintendo 64 in the player above.

Other artists who have been given the Nintendo 64 treatment by on4word include Aphex Twin, The Orb, Tame Impala, Nine Inch Nails and Boards of Canada. The Youtuber also recently shared an Animal Crossing KK Silder rework of Karma Police.

Back in March, Radiohead drummer Philip Selway shared the latest update on whether we can expect new music from the five-piece anytime soon. In an interview, he shared that a Radiohead reunion will hopefully happen within “the next couple of years”. Thom Yorke recently appeared on Clark’s latest single Medicine and has also executive produced the producer’s forthcoming new album Sus Dog.

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