Radiohead profit from In Rainbows experiment

Jan 3, 2008 | Uncategorized

Radiohead have made more money from digital sales of In Rainbows than from all their other EMI albums combined, writes StrategyEye. The band’s contract with EMI included no provision for digital rights, leaving them with nothing from official online sales of their music. Rumours of 1.2m digital sales of In Rainbows have been rejected by […]

Radiohead have made more money from digital sales of In Rainbows than from all their other EMI albums combined, writes StrategyEye. The band’s contract with EMI included no provision for digital rights, leaving them with nothing from official online sales of their music. Rumours of 1.2m digital sales of In Rainbows have been rejected by the band, though official figures are yet to be released. A CD version of the album went straight to number one when it was released at the start of January.
From StrategyEye: http://www.strategyeye.com, 02/01/2008
Radiohead: http://www.radiohead.com

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