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Radiohead

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Radiohead mobile "game" is a beautiful, explorable fantasyland

Radiohead has released a mobile game that explores its music in a hypnotic alien sandbox-style setting, based on recording sessions from its most recent album.

By February 12, 2014

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Radiohead loves Web but sees shortcomings

Radiohead's bassist calls iTunes clunky and says he misses "curatorial influences" of a music label as the band prepares to release new songs.

By September 17, 2010

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Google: Hey, look, Radiohead's new video is cool and has lasers

Radiohead's new video, which used lasers and data in lieu of cameras, is getting the star treatment from an admiring Google.

By July 14, 2008

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Off-topic: Song of the Day is Radiohead's "True Love Waits"

Song of the day. Get it now.

By July 1, 2008

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Radiohead's retreat from free will be cheaper for me

Radiohead was just having a laugh, apparently.

By April 30, 2008

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Radiohead's green promise must not apply to Seattle

Radiohead promised to play venues that could be reached easily by public transportation, but apparently this pledge doesn't apply in Seattle.

By April 7, 2008

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Trent Reznor: Radiohead's 'In Rainbows' promotion was 'insincere'

Nine Inch Nails leader slams Radiohead's ground-breaking promotion for being a "very traditional record sale."

By March 14, 2008

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NIN's Ghosts trump Radiohead's Rainbows

Nine Inch Nails is the latest band to distribute its music online without a label, offering a 36-track album in multiple digital and physical formats.

By March 2, 2008

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Study: Free beats fee for Radiohead's 'In Rainbows'

Research firm ComScore says that 62 percent of those who downloaded album paid nothing. Even with only a minority paying for the album, a former record industry executive estimates that Radiohead may not have done too badly.

By November 5, 2007

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Radiohead's Web venture spooks Wall Street

Two analysts downgrade Warner Music Group and say artist defections, "free culture," and spiraling CD revenue mean more losses for record industry.

By November 7, 2007