Tag: in rainbows

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Why didn’t In Rainbows open the industry floodgates?

Music biz consultant Keith Jopling has taken a new look at Radiohead's In Rainbows album, which has been regularly hailed as a groundbreaking release strategy.
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Radiohead selling new song online in memory of WW1 veteran

Radiohead have released a brand new song, which the band say was inspired by the recent death of British World War I veteran Harry Patch.
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Radiohead selling downloads from own website

Radiohead’s W.A.S.T.E. website has been updated with a new digital downloads store, selling the second disc of the band’s In Rainbows album, which was previously only available with the discbox package. Other...
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Nesson wants to depose Radiohead manager in Tenenbaum case

If you've been following the lawsuit involving alleged file-sharer Joel Tenenbaum in the US, you'll know it's been pretty strange - thanks mainly to the somewhat-eccentric approach taken by his lawyer, Harvard prof Charles...
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Exclusive: Warner Chappell reveals Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’ pot of gold

Warner Chappell will today reveal details of their view of the Radiohead licensing experiment at the “You Are in Control” conference in Iceland, including total sales figures of more than three million for 'In...
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MCPS-PRS explains why In Rainbows was pirated so much

The MCPS-PRS Alliance has been doing some number-crunching on how Radiohead's `In Rainbows' was shared on BitTorrent, in partnership with analysis firm BigChampagne. The topline finding is that despite being heavily...