Radiohead make Record Store Day songs available for download

Band thank their fans for buying their album with 'Supercollider' and 'The Butcher'

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Radiohead have made their Record Store Day songs 'Supercollider' and 'The Butcher' available to download to fans who bought their 'Kings Of Limbs' album.

The tracks were made available on limited-edition vinyl on Saturday (April 16) but in an email that opens with "thank you" in 27 languages, the band state that the tracks are being given away to reward fans for their support.

"This is not part of a new loyalty points scheme, a Radiohead clubcard or even an air miles redeemable reward type thing... It is just a big old-fashioned thank you!" the email, from their Waste.uk.com merchandise site added.

To download the two tracks go to the band's official album site Thekingoflimbs.com

The tracks were also uploaded online for fans to listen to yesterday (April 18).

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