Beginning October 10th, you can download Radiohead’s latest album (“In Rainbows”) and pay what you want for it.
The U.K. band is testing the waters in the right direction for breaking the stranglehold the record labels have on music distribution. Consider this a thumb in the eye of RIAA and the entertainment industry music piracy hypocrites it represents.
If you like Radiohead’s music, get the album and pay what you feel it is worth. The more successful these type of album releases are, the weaker the music copyright infringement watchdogs become.
Hat tip to Angela Monaghan at The Telegraph.