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Radiohead Announce Digital Music Store

Radiohead Announce Digital Music Store

This morning Radiohead announced the opening of their very own digital music store at their w.a.s.t.e. website. The store only features four releases right now--In Rainbows, the second disc of In Rainbows (which was previously only available with the vinyl edition), Jonny Greenwood's excellent There Will Be Blood soundtrack and Thom Yorke's solo debut The Eraser--but presumably future Radiohead releases will also be featured for sale on the site. The albums go for a bit above iTunes prices (around $11), but they are at higher quality, and you can listen to the entire song by using the playback system. Go here to check it out. [via Pitchfork]

 

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slightly higher than itunes? i call bullshnit on radiohead here...unlike itunes, 100 percent of the profit goes to the band. without having to kick back proceeds to apple and a record label, they can certainly afford to sell the albums for less money...

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