Capitol is continuing its repackaging of Radiohead’s back catalog with expanded CD/DVD editions of the band’s first three albums. “Pablo Honey,” “The Bends” and “OK Computer” will be available March 24 as two-CD sets or two-CD/one-DVD versions.
In addition, 12 Radiohead EPs, beginning with 1992’s “Drill” EP and concluding with the “2+2=5” single, will come out on vinyl April 21.
“Pablo Honey” is expanded with the aforementioned “Drill” EP, the “Creep” single, and a four-song BBC session from June 1992, among other rarities. The DVD includes four videos, a “Top of the Pops” appearance and nine songs taped in May 1994 at London’s Astoria.
“The Bends” is augmented with the classic “My Iron Lung” single, a 1994 BBC session and additional songs from the Astoria concert. “OK Computer” includes a four-song BBC session from 1997 and the singles for “Paranoid Android,” “Karma Police” and “No Surprises.”
Radiohead left Capitol parent EMI in 2007 after a 15-year relationship, and promptly offered its new album, “In Rainbows,” as a name-your-own-price download. The physical version was released by TBD/ATO in early 2008.
Capitol has since repackaged the band’s studio albums on vinyl and as a boxed set and released a “Best Of” collection.
Radiohead returns to live duty in March for a short swing of South American shows, with support from Kraftwerk.