Radiohead new album: ‘In Rainbows’ goes to the White House

Bush's secretary doesn't know 'what a Radiohead is'

Radiohead’s ’In Rainbows’ has apparently been discussed in The White House.

The band’s seventh album caught the attention of several White House staff members following its download-only release last week which allowed fans to name their own price.

President Bush’s press secretary commented: ”I don’t even know what that is… Is that a band?”

Deputy Press Secretary Scott Stanzel said he was an “appreciator” of their music, while the other Deputy Tony Fratto said that he planned to get the new album.

NSC spokesman Gordon Johndroe said he was “90 per cent sure” he had some Radiohead music on his iPod. When asked if he had any songs from 2003’s ’Hail To The Thief’ he replied “not that one”, reports Undercover News.