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Entries in Radiohead (3)


Radiohead team-up with legitimate ticket exchange

Radiohead recently bought some exciting tour news to music fans in the UK, after announcing large arena shows in London and Manchester.

However, a more interesting development for many was the fact that the band also announced that they will be teaming up with the Ticket Trust (a legitimate ticket exchange) to allow fans to sell tickets to other fans at face value if they are unable to go to the gig.

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Singles Strategy Radiohead Style

Radiohead says it’s going to release singles instead of albums. Is the album finally dead? Article examines the roadblocks musicians still face trying to release singles-only into the digital mainstream, and calls for a change.

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Radiohead Sets Another Example by Saying Good Riddance to the Album

Okay, so the traditional album is dead - Get over it. The album died when the physical product of a CD, cassette, etc. lost prominence and importance amongst the average consumer. This may make the true music fanatic question the artistic integrity of a musician - Singles? I want a body of work. But what does this really mean?  The album, for all practical matters, is just a figment of our imagination - created by the limited amount of storage space on a CD and an industry standard set by hegemonic major labels. Most albums contain a few hits and the rest acts as almost a filler. There are definitely albums that can be considered an entire piece of work, take Dark Side of the Moon for example, but these albums are few and far between. Today, consumers seek out something from artists that couldn’t be produced at such scale before the advent of the internet: content and lots of it.  

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