Radiohead releasing “The Daily Mail”/”Staircase” single; will the music industry ever be the same?

Radiohead releasing "The Daily Mail"/"Staircase" single; will the music industry ever be the same?

Radiohead are a really cool band and they play guitars and drums and pedals to create rocking songs + a soundworld like no one else. Thom Yorke is the leader of the band, he plays the guitar and dances and plays the acoustic guitar too at the ends of shows + winks at fans in the front row. Jonny Greenwood is second and he plays the guitar but in unusual and exciting ways + the Max/MSP patch and the conductor’s baton. Colin Greenwood is next, he plays the bass and in general feels the groove + smiles at the other guys mid-song because they’re all family. Ed O’Brien is a guitarist, even though he is handsome he creates soundscapes with lots of pedals + also winks at fans. Phil Selway is the drummer, on tour he is very reliable to recreate the complex rhythms of all those classic songs + Oxfam. This is why Radiohead are a really cool band and I hope you have been convinced that their songs are worth purchasing at a digital retailer.

Radiohead are giving the gift of DVD/Blu-ray on December 19 as you know but the fans in the front row that Thom and Ed always wink at have been clamoring for the two unreleased songs they’ve been playing, “The Daily Mail” and “Staircase,” to be released on glorious 180 gram virgin vinyl picture disc with lenticular laser-cut labels or at least just regular vinyl and regular Mp3s. Radiohead decided to wink at all their fans, not just the front row, by releasing those two songs in physical and digital format on December 19. Some people might be upset that these are just the recordings from Live from the Basement and the whole appeal of the band is how they approach and tinker with the songs in a studio setting but I for one think it’s a great opportunity to hear a really cool band play two really fun songs. Radiohead are #1 and they really get the crowd moving so won’t you please join them and purchase today?

• Radiohead: http://radiohead.com

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