Newswire: Radiohead, Lauryn Hill, The Doors, and more added to the National Recording Registry

The National Recording Registry, basically The Library Of Congress’ record collection, has added another 25 recordings to its vault for preservation. The Guardian reports that, thanks to popular nominations, Radiohead’s OK Computer will be joining the archives, thereby demonstrating the wisdom of the age-old saying that the masses are always right when it comes to early Radiohead records.

In addition to dystopian-themed British rock, the Registry has also added Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill, showing that the government has finally chosen a side in the infamous late-’90s beef between Wyclef Jean and Hill. Other recordings include Joan Baez’s first album The Door’s self-titled album, The Righteous Brothers’ “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,” and Steve Martin‘s comedy album A Wild And Crazy Guy. Upon hearing the news, the comedian presumably shushed the Library Of Congress and went back to talking about art …

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