Radiohead let fans decide cost of new album

Oct 3, 2007 | Uncategorized

Radiohead have released their latest album directly through their website and are letting fans decide how much they want to pay for it, writes Brand Republic. Technically fans can pay nothing for the 10-song album “In Rainbows” though they are still required to cover the 45p credit card fee. Radiohead are currently out of contract, […]

Radiohead have released their latest album directly through their website and are letting fans decide how much they want to pay for it, writes Brand Republic. Technically fans can pay nothing for the 10-song album “In Rainbows” though they are still required to cover the 45p credit card fee. Radiohead are currently out of contract, giving them the freedom to release their music on their own terms. Fans can also buy a deluxe £40 “discbox” box set through the website which includes CD and vinyl copies of the album, a second CD and a lyric book.
From Brand Republic: http://www.brandrepublic.com, 02/10/2007
Radiohead – In Rainbows: http://www.inrainbows.com

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