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Radiohead Albums Get Box Set Release

Radiohead Albums Get Box Set Release

[b]Radiohead[/b]'s former record company EMI/Parlophone have announced that they will be releasing the band's entire back catalogue as a box set next month.

The six studio albums, plus live album 'I Might Be Wrong' will be available a a physical box set as well as a digital bundle from December 10.

The box set will feature all of the original artwork in exclusive digipack sleeves and is available for pre-order as of today from www.radioheadstore.com.

Also released is a limited edition Radiohead USB Stick, the first to hold a major global artist’s entire back catalogue at CD-quality WAV files and digital artwork on a 4Gb memory stick. The highly collectable USB Stick is in the shape of the iconic Radiohead ‘bear’.

The digital bundle of all seven albums, available as DRM-free 320kbps mp3 files is also available to order today.

Miles Leonard, Managing Director Parlophone, said of the releases: "We are delighted to offer new and existing fans the chance to get Radiohead’s albums in a box set. We are particularly excited about the USB stick, which gives fans an easy and portable way to carry the box set and provides another way of bridging the world between on-line and off-line content.”

As previously reported, Radiohead last week announced that they have signed a new record deal with British indie XL - also home to the [b]White Stripes[/b] and [b]Dizzee Rascal[/b].

Their seventh album 'In Rainbows' was released as a download-only through their own website. The vinyl box sets of this are beingt shipped out on December 10 also.

The full box contents are:

[b]'Pablo Honey’ (1993)
‘The Bends’ (1995)
‘OK Computer’ (1997)
‘Kid A’ (2000)
‘Amnesiac’ (2001)'
‘I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings’ (2001)
‘Hail To The Thief’ (2003)[/b]

www.radioheadstore.com


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