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November 13, 2007 | From the Associated Press
After the digital release of Radiohead's latest album sent shock waves through the music industry, the band announced Monday that "In Rainbows" will have an old-fashioned release. A physical version of the British alt-rockers' seventh studio album will hit music stores Jan. 2. ATO Records Group will put out the disc in North America, where it will bear the band's imprint: TBD Records.
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November 13, 2007 | From the Associated Press
After the digital release of Radiohead's latest album sent shock waves through the music industry, the band announced Monday that "In Rainbows" will have an old-fashioned release. A physical version of the British alt-rockers' seventh studio album will hit music stores Jan. 2. ATO Records Group will put out the disc in North America, where it will bear the band's imprint: TBD Records.
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May 16, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Radiohead lead singer Thom Yorke will release his first solo album, "The Eraser," in July. Independent label XL Recordings said it would release the disc in Britain on July 10 and in the U.S. on July 11. Yorke said the project was undertaken with the band's blessing. Radiohead is now touring Europe and, according to Yorke, writing songs. After the tour concludes in late August, the band plans to return to the studio to record its seventh album.
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October 3, 2007 | Ann Powers, Times Staff Writer
In the war to redefine the music industry, the Delaware has been crossed. Radiohead's decision to independently release its new album "In Rainbows" in downloadable format next week, for whatever price fans wish to pay, has pop's movers and shakers alternately applauding and flinching in the wake of the attack. But nobody is surprised that this band was in the boat -- after all, Radiohead has been rock's great scruffy hope since transcending mope-rock with "OK Computer" 10 years ago.
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May 1, 2004 | Geoff Boucher
Throat ailment or not, the show is expected to go on tonight for Radiohead singer Thom Yorke. Radiohead is the scheduled headliner at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival tonight, but there has been anxiety that a severe throat infection would force Yorke to dash those plans. The word Friday from Coachella promoter Paul Tollet: "We've been told there are no problems and no chance of a cancellation. The band is in town, and everything should be fine."
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October 4, 2003 | Randy Lewis
When is an honor not an honor? Ask Radiohead. The British rock band on Thursday was named "best act in the world today" for the third consecutive year by readers of Q magazine, England's rough equivalent of Rolling Stone. Members of the group, however, refused to attend the awards ceremony and sent a silent video in their place. The video showed the words "Radiohead are not talking to Q" across the bottom of the screen, in response to a Q review of the group labeling it "miserable."
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October 3, 2007 | Ann Powers, Times Staff Writer
In the war to redefine the music industry, the Delaware has been crossed. Radiohead's decision to independently release its new album "In Rainbows" in downloadable format next week, for whatever price fans wish to pay, has pop's movers and shakers alternately applauding and flinching in the wake of the attack. But nobody is surprised that this band was in the boat -- after all, Radiohead has been rock's great scruffy hope since transcending mope-rock with "OK Computer" 10 years ago.
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May 16, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Radiohead lead singer Thom Yorke will release his first solo album, "The Eraser," in July. Independent label XL Recordings said it would release the disc in Britain on July 10 and in the U.S. on July 11. Yorke said the project was undertaken with the band's blessing. Radiohead is now touring Europe and, according to Yorke, writing songs. After the tour concludes in late August, the band plans to return to the studio to record its seventh album.
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May 1, 2004 | Geoff Boucher
Throat ailment or not, the show is expected to go on tonight for Radiohead singer Thom Yorke. Radiohead is the scheduled headliner at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival tonight, but there has been anxiety that a severe throat infection would force Yorke to dash those plans. The word Friday from Coachella promoter Paul Tollet: "We've been told there are no problems and no chance of a cancellation. The band is in town, and everything should be fine."
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October 4, 2003 | Randy Lewis
When is an honor not an honor? Ask Radiohead. The British rock band on Thursday was named "best act in the world today" for the third consecutive year by readers of Q magazine, England's rough equivalent of Rolling Stone. Members of the group, however, refused to attend the awards ceremony and sent a silent video in their place. The video showed the words "Radiohead are not talking to Q" across the bottom of the screen, in response to a Q review of the group labeling it "miserable."
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