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News: Radiohead Ditch Pay-What-You-Want, Set Prices on New Album
Posted on Monday, February 14, 2011 @ 17:08:42 UTC
Topic: Major Artists

Radiohead, the band that let fans choose what they would pay to download its last album, In Rainbows, has this time around set price points for downloads of its forthcoming new album, The King of Limbs. A 320Kbps-quality MP3 copy of the album will sell online for $9, while an uncompressed WAV version will cost $14. A double-vinyl, plus CD, plus MP3 album and related artwork bundle of The King of Limbs will cost $48, while the same package with WAV downloads will be priced at $53. Complete Article





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