OK Computer, the third album from Radiohead, has been nominated for the Grammys, according to a list compiled by the Recording Academy.
The nominations were announced on Monday by the RIAA, the Recording Industry Association of America.
OK Computer is a 12-track compilation that includes a new song, “All of the Lights”, which was written for the new album, according the RCA.
It’s the first time Radiohead has won a Grammy nomination for a compilation album.
The Grammy nominations are for a record that was produced for the same period as a record, meaning the record could count for as much as a third of the album.
Radiohead won three awards in 2014: Album of the Year for OK Computer and Best Pop Solo Performance for The King of Limbs.OK Computer won the R&B Grammy for “Best Pop Solo Album” for its cover art, which is based on a picture of a dog and a cartoon dog.
It won Best Album for its album cover, which was based on the “OK Computer” image, and for its soundtrack, which features a video of a bear and a snowman.
Radiohead’s previous album, Kid A, won a Best Rock Album award in 2014.
The band is scheduled to perform at the Grammies awards on Jan. 26 in New York City.
The RIAO awards are voted on by fans of artists who make the most popular records in the past 12 months.
The Grammys will announce the winners on Jan 9.