By Giving away their new album for free. Thatâs right: the latest release from that band with the lead singer that always sounds like heâs crying can be yours for the price of zero dollars (plus all applicable internet service charges). Their new album, IN RAINBOWS/ (or IN RAIN_BOWS or IN/RAINBOWS, depending on which of their pretentious arthouse spellings you want to buy into) will be available from their website starting October 10th on a donation basis. And yes, that donation can be anywhere from one cent to a generous three dollars. Hell, after Hail to the Thief, why not make it three fifty?The big news here, in case you are terrible at drawing implications, is that Radiohead has effectively cut the record industry out of their record release. If this thing is a success, then weâre going to see a lot more big bands handling their own album releases, without the need for Warner Brothers to set up release galas, product placements and in-store appearances. Where Lars Ulrich attempted to drive back the tide of inevitability, Radiohead
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