It has received rave reviews mixed with the usual criticisms that their setlist should be tailored more to crowd-pleasing favourites from OK Computer rather than chin-stroking outings from Kid A and Hail To The Thief.
What does OKC stand for?
OKC stands for OK Computer (name of a Radiohead album)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 28 other meanings of OKC in our Acronym Attic
- Oklahoma Bed and Breakfast Association (Midwest City, OK)
- Open Knowledge Base Connectivity
- Oshkosh B'Gosh (kids clothing)
- Kuwait International Airport (Airport Code)
- Overleg Kunsthistorische Bibliotheken Nederland (Dutch: Art Libraries Society of the Netherlands)
- Oklahoma City Bombing (FBI task force field office)
- Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Oud Krispijn Bewoners Zelforganisatie (Dutch: Old Krispijn Residents Self Organization)
- Odontogenic Keratocyst
- Ohlone Kids' Club (Palo Alto, CA)
- OkCupid (dating website)
- Oklahoma City
- Oklahoma City, OK, USA - Will Rogers World Airport (Airport Code)
- Ontario Knife Company (Naples, NY; est. 1889)
- Opportunistic Key Caching (wireless networks)
- Organizational Knowledge Creation (theory)
- Oregon Knife Collectors Association
- Ottawa Kurdish Community Association (Canada)
- Oregon Kayak and Canoe Club
- Ottawa Korean Community Church (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
OK Computer, Pablo Honey and Kid A are all albums by which British band?
RADIOHEAD'S experimental OK Computer has been named the greatest album of the past quarter century by music fans.
Radiohead's 1997 album OK Computer is regularly featured in the top end of polls on the best album ever, such as in this year's Q magazine survey that placed it at number one.
To put it above the likes of Radiohead's epic OK Computer is ludicrous.
It's been eight years since I've seen Radiohead live in the days before OK Computer propelled them to world-wide fame.
The follow-up OK Computer was named as one of the best albums of all time by many magazines.