The Hill: Thom Yorke’s Ok Computer is back!

Thom Yorkey is a legendary music producer who has been credited with creating many of the sounds that define rock and roll.

The songwriting genius has been known for producing some of the most popular music of all time, and the latest news from Thom Yorkes OK Computer album is that it’s officially back on shelves.

The Grammy-winning band’s first album, which was released in 2015, was also reissued in 2016.

While we’re not sure how much of an impact the new album had on the world, Thom Yorkeys’ OK Computer has certainly had a huge impact on the music industry.

In 2018, Yorkey also appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

“I’ve been thinking a lot about this album, and I’ve decided to do a new album,” he said at the time.

“It’s called Ok Computer.

I’m writing a lot of songs, and it’s going to be really interesting.”

The Grammy award-winning music producer is best known for his collaborations with the likes of Beck, Metallica, The Black Keys, and other artists, but his other contributions to the world of music have included helping to make albums like The Colour and the Shape and Soundtrack to the Dark Knight Rises, as well as creating music for the animated film Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends.

While Yorke is one of the world’s most prolific songwriters, his best-known album is also one of his least successful.

According to the latest Billboard charts, OK Computer was one of three albums that never cracked the Top 200 in the United States.

However, the album did manage to be the most streamed album of all-time, with more than 15 million streams on Spotify.

“OK Computer” was released on May 26, 2017, and sold nearly 2.5 million copies, according to Nielsen Music.

It was one-of-a-kind, but the music has also been remixed and released on multiple other platforms.

In 2019, the band’s latest album, Ok Computer II: The Soundtrack, was released and was reissued on March 3, 2020, and was one track longer than Ok Computer I: The Art of the Record.

“Ok Computer II” was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song, and “Ok Machine II” won Best Instrumental Performance at the Grammy Awards.