Girl Talk follow Radiohead and let fans name their price

New album available on pay as you like basis

Girl Talk
Girl Talk – aka musician/remixer Gregg Gillis – has made his latest album available to download on a pay-what-you-like basis.

The new album, 'Feed The Animals', is available to download from the Girl Talk website now.

The release style follows that of Radiohead, who released their latest album, 'In Rainbows', on a pay-what-you-like basis.

However, although fans can choose how much to pay for the download, they will be rewarded for paying above certain thresholds.

Fans who pay over five dollars for the download album will also get the option of FLAC files, plus a one-file seamless mix of the album. Fans who pay over ten dollars for the album will receive a CD release of the album when it becomes available.

Fans who choose to pay nothing for the album are faced with a multiple choice question about why they have chosen not to pay.

Options include: "I don't value music made from sampling", "I don't believe in paying for music" and "I don't really like Girl Talk."

More details can be found on the Girl Talk website.

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