Radiohead have finally joined the digital music party, albeit in their own way: they’re selling albums, not songs (Â£6.99 apiece, so that’s about 50p per track), they’re going through 7Digital.com, not iTunes, and the files are 320Kbps MP3s – which means no DRM or compatibility issues.
0 responses to “Yaydiohead! Radiohead do digital, don’t do DRM”
Doesn’t change the fact it’s still Radiohead, though.
On the subject of Radiohead, they seem to be selling their new album on-line for 46p. 45p handling charge plus whatever you feel the album is worth. (it doesn’t accept 0)
You can also buy a box-set with 2×12″ discs, 2xCDs (one of which is the downloadable album and the other isn’t) with extra photographs and stuff for Â£40 (inc P&P)