"But this was the quandary of every alternative breakout band born in the long shadow of Saint Kurt: You had to accept newfound bigness but find room within it to resist. Above all, you couldn’t seem as if you were enjoying it too much. Which wasn’t an issue for Radiohead. You can see the band getting bigger, and more miserable, in “Meeting People Is Easy,” a 1998 tour-souvenir documentary shot by Grant Gee. They’re on the road promoting the third album, the pretty-much-universally-fawned-over “OK Computer.” They’re packing larger venues; rock critics fluster and stammer in their presence. Yet the touring experience is portrayed as a grim, airless death march under fluorescent lights — lonely airport-tram rides, painfully awkward record-company grip-and-grins, inane interviews, live performances that punctuate but don’t alleviate the gloom."