EMI could sign Thom Yorke and co after free album release
Despite the news Radiohead will release ‘In Rainbows’ through their website and fans decide how much to pay, record label EMI have suggested they could still sign the band on a traditional record deal.
A spokesperson for the label told Music Week that the label were “continuing to discuss further plans” with the band.
Music industry experts have already speculated how Radiohead’s new album could change the way music is sold. Following the band’s announcement, The Charlatans also revealed that they would give their forthcoming new album away free.
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Finally, find out on NME.COM whether ‘In Rainbows’ will be chart eligible and what the music industry’s reaction is to Radiohead’s unique release.
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