Radiohead’s OK Computer & Kid A as an 8-bit Arcade Game

This is what Radiohead’s “OK Computer” and “Kid A” would be like re-imagined as 8-bit arcade/video game music. It’s completely listenable, that is of course as long as you have a sweet spot for nostalgia. You can listen/stream the entire albums from composer Quinton Sung’s YouTube page.

Boot up your SNES, bust out Zelda, and blast the tunes! ∞

You can download OK Computer (8-bit) album here.

You can download Kid A (8-bit) album here.

OK Computer


9 responses to “Radiohead’s OK Computer & Kid A as an 8-bit Arcade Game

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