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Radiohead – In Rainbows (2007)

A first webrip of Radiohead’s new album In Rainbows appeared on the scene earlier today. This popular rock band did a really great job on the album and you can enjoy 10 new hit songs now (could be little more though). The full version of “In Rainbows” is scheduled to 3rd December, when should the discbox appear (it will feature second CD and some extra material), so you get this with almost 2 months advance. The MP3 version of album is available for free, as we informed few weeks ago.

In Rainbows is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Radiohead. It was first released on October 10, 2007 as an MP3 download, and is scheduled to be released on December 3, 2007 as a “discbox” with a second CD of additional material. The band are to finalise a record deal sometime in early October, and In Rainbows will most likely be released as a standard CD in January 2008. The band have worked on the follow-up to 2003′s Hail to the Thief for more than two years, beginning in early 2005. This release ended the longest gap between Radiohead albums since the beginning of their career.

The album, helmed by longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, is available in two versions via the band’s new, rainbow-y site: as a standard download or as a deluxe edition that comes with Rainbows on both CD and vinyl, plus a second disc of new songs and a lyric book. The deluxe edition runs £40 (about $81). The download version costs whatever you want it to, the price field left blank with only a pair of notes from the band — “It’s up to you” and “No, really. It’s up to you” — serving as a Jiminy Cricket to potential customers.

Tracklist:

  1. “15 Step” – 3:57
  2. “Bodysnatchers” – 4:02
  3. “Nude” – 4:15
  4. “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi” – 5:18
  5. “All I Need” – 3:48
  6. “Faust Arp” – 2:09
  7. “Reckoner” – 4:50
  8. “House of Cards” – 5:28
  9. “Jigsaw Falling into Place” – 4:09
  10. “Videotape” – 4:39

Style    >>  Rock
Release  >>  10/10/2007
Street   >>  10/10/2007
Media    >>  WEB
WebStore >>  http://www.inrainbows.com/Store/index3.html
Size     >>   48.8 MB

Release name: Radiohead-In_Rainbows-WEB-2007-h3rb
Links: homepage, wikipedia, torrent

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  1. Hank
    October 12th, 2007 | 14:00

    why would anyone download this on a torrent ?

  2. Trell
    October 12th, 2007 | 14:06

    It’s a great album, and well worth getting. The added bonus of being able to pay whatever you want, even if it is £0.00 is also very cool….

    …but it begs the question. Why are people downloading it from torrent sites rather than just going to the Radiohead website & getting it directly from there? It doesn’t cost anything if you want a free copy, and you’re showing support to a band that, love them or hate them, really do deserve some credit!

    Still, well done to the band for giving the greedy corporate music industry the biggest ‘f**k you’ to date!

  3. Q
    October 12th, 2007 | 14:21

    Radiohead-In_Rainbows-Retail-2007-EOS
    http://newzleech.com/nfo.php?id=206067

    gonna try before i buy, then i can see which version has the best quality encode and support the artist

  4. ch0ke
    October 12th, 2007 | 14:27

    At 3. Q
    There is no “best quality encode” radiohead released the album at 160 kbps CBR. So any higher encodes will be transcode’s and you will actually most likely loose some of the (although low) quality. So be wary of anything claiming to be 320kbps, V0, V1, V2 or even FLAC. Just download the version of the official Radiohead site!

  5. ch0ke
    October 12th, 2007 | 14:31

    Ahh yeah and the nfo you linked says its from retail and not a re-encode? There is no retail version even made yet, Radiohead haven’t finnished their distribution deal, and they will only print as many CD’s as which are ordered.

    From the nfo –
    Originally released : 10-10-2007 (This is when the Web version was released. So they kinda just gave away their lie about retails source.)
    Release date : 10-10-2007

    The Discbox is released December, and the standard retail CD early 2008.

  6. sUss
    October 12th, 2007 | 14:55

    Cue has-beens jumping on the ‘download our new album for free’ bandwagon.

  7. Trell
    October 12th, 2007 | 15:04

    @3.

    Try before you buy? Are you serious?

    A band gives away an album, giving you the option to pay anything you want, and you decide to go download off a torrent? Why not just get the album for free from the official website, listen, then make a judgement & pay?

    Incidentally, the scene release at 48.8mb is exactly the same size as the official retail. I’d imagine that it is just the original retail zip file with some NFO details from someone boasting about how 1337 they are.

    Do yourself, and the band a favour, and just get the original release.

  8. Trell
    October 12th, 2007 | 15:08

    @6

    “Cue has-beens jumping on the ‘download our new album for free’ bandwagon.”

    Good! Whether they’re has-beens or not, it means more free legal music for us, and the music industry dropping image-ridden flash-in-the-pan prefab popstarz when they realise nobody’s buying what they’re selling.

    :-)

  9. qnr
    October 12th, 2007 | 15:26

    Of course the h3rb release is identical to the MP3s from the website. After all, that’s what the “-WEB-” in the foldername stands for!

    Just tried to download from the website, it doesn’t work for me – even after enabling Java Script. Definitely not Linux/Firefox friendly. Getting the Torrent was a matter of three clicks, on the other hand. Why should I jump through hoops for a 160 kBit/s CBR, ancient-LAME encode?

  10. sam
    October 12th, 2007 | 15:36

    Why I grabbed the torrent: I tried ten different times to get through to the band’s website on release day to download it from them. No luck. Tried later in the day and still no joy. So only then did I download the torrent. Took 25 seconds to download.

  11. Faithl3ss
    October 12th, 2007 | 15:45

    some poeple here dont understand what Radiohead are doing now…
    They are killing the big music companies!!!
    They dont have any contract with any company and they let you pay them whatever you want for their effort through their site:
    http://www.inrainbows.com/

  12. Q
    October 12th, 2007 | 16:43

    im gonna pay them what i think its worth after listening to it
    you cant do that on the website

  13. cornfleek
    October 12th, 2007 | 17:00

    Happy to download from a torrent. Will be buying the retail CD in ’08, or if it’s really good, the package thingie.

    These guys rock, great initiative, and I’d say they don’t give a flying hoopla if we get it for free from there or somewhere else.

    And yes, I buy CD’s.

  14. sloopadoop
    October 12th, 2007 | 17:14

    @6

    “Cue has-beens jumping on the ‘download our new album for free’ bandwagon.”

    Very dumb comment. Radiohead is one of the biggest and most popular bands in the world. Just because they don’t play on MTV next to sucky ass “artists” like 50 Cent doesn’t mean it’s not true.

  15. LeGuest
    October 12th, 2007 | 17:21

    Now this is the most worthless release ever. Are people so greedy that they cant even pay 0.45 pounds (credit card manipulation fee)?! Or did the group wanted cheap release without any effort? This is just pathetic..

  16. fy
    October 12th, 2007 | 17:48

    @6

    it’s clear you don’t realise the impact RH has on alt & exp rock the past few years, esp in the indie scene

    by has-beens you should mean green day & britney

  17. sam
    October 12th, 2007 | 17:50

    You can tell, when one claims that Radiohead are ‘old’ or ‘so 90′s’, that they haven’t left the realm of MTV or mainstream pop music.

  18. fy
    October 12th, 2007 | 17:51

    err, has *had*

  19. elc
    October 12th, 2007 | 18:12

    im nore really into radiohead, but im gonna buy it when its released online anyways, just to support the rebelion against the MAFIAA

  20. Gaius
    October 12th, 2007 | 18:18

    Sooooooooo……….why hasn’t anybody rapidshared this and put it on this comments page. You guys do this (or hunt down an existing rapidshare) all the time for movies, but not for a Radiohead album, lol.

  21. Thom Yorke
    October 12th, 2007 | 18:40

    In Rainbows from the official website (www.inrainbows.com).

    RapidShare:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/62089073/Radiohead_-_In_Rainbows.zip.html

    Enjoy!

  22. sloopadoop
    October 12th, 2007 | 19:25

    Oh my god, a .92 cent handling fee!!!?? I guess I’ll have to make my 16 ounce Latte a 12 ounce instead. I paid 6 bucks plus the .92 cent handling fee for the album off their website, and I’m sitting here listening to the song “Reckoner” on my stereo at top volume, and i feel like i ripped the band off. Even though it’s at 160 kbps bit rate, it sounds great. And in january, i’ll go out and buy the physical cd. Their music is worth it.

  23. Jeez
    October 12th, 2007 | 20:05

    what’s with all the misinformations…
    There is NO “transaction fee” if you put in 0.00
    it won’t even ask you for a credit card

  24. Ted
    October 12th, 2007 | 20:47

    come on guys ! this is what everyone wish since a long time ! Are you afraid to get it for free from their website ? why are you downloading this album from a torrent ? i don’t understand !

    This album is amazing like the guys who did

  25. Dan
    October 12th, 2007 | 21:21

    Just downloaded from THEIR WEBSITE. Its the best thing to do.

  26. Luke
    October 13th, 2007 | 00:47

    I would like to think that people will download this from the official site for a great idea from Radiohead.
    Even if you pay around a £1, come on!

  27. ch0ke
    October 13th, 2007 | 01:10

    Firstly the only source for In Rainbows at the moment are 160 kbps CBR mp3′s from the Radiohead site. This means ANY torrent claiming to be 192, 256, 320, V0, V1, V2, FLAC is either a lie or a transcode.
    Secondly you don’t have to pay money on their site to download it, as Radiohead have stated it’s up to you how much you pay. If you choose to pay nothing, you don’t have to put in credit card details so there is no credit card handling fee. You get it for FREE. So can people please stop spreading rumours about paying 0.45 pence, £1, etc.

  28. sam
    October 13th, 2007 | 01:20

    How ironic that MTV has already decided to declare this Radiohead album a “failure”. MTV would stand to lose the most if this format of music distribution took over from the typical top 40 music that gives priority to glitz and glamour over real artistic talent.

  29. sloopadoop
    October 13th, 2007 | 03:06

    excellent point sam, and to ch0ke, it’s hardly spreading false rumours to say there is a 45 pence handling fee. I would hope very few would be so cheap as to pay absolutely nothing, and if you pay as little as .01…..you’ll also pay the .45 pence handling fee.

  30. wtfbshax
    October 13th, 2007 | 07:04

    I WILL NOT TOLERATE YOUR INSOLENCE!

  31. fy
    October 13th, 2007 | 10:45

    @30
    it’s not ironic at all. it’s the logical thing for mtv to do. rh’s made a huge statement by essentially giving away music

  32. YeahRight
    October 13th, 2007 | 13:57

    Ah, proof yet again — as if any more were really needed — that all of the “CDs/movies/books are too expensive and that’s why I steal them!” excuses are pure BS. Even a “pay what you want” (you people do know that’s been done before many times, right?) policy will not change the number of people dling from torrents by one iota.

    A huge statement? No, a huge bad joke.

  33. stick
    October 14th, 2007 | 23:47

    thx , i love radiohead . listen out before i buy it

  34. confirmme
    October 15th, 2007 | 15:57

    For all the come on download from radioheads website. May i borrow your credit card please.CANT WAIT TO SEE THE PRICE OF THE CONCERT TICKETS. Although i admire radiohead for this experiment imo i think lots of people and fans should remember radiohead are controlled in some way by the record label,would they really agree to this if it was going to be such a big disaster. this puts pirating in the headlines which is no good thing.

  35. confirmme
    October 15th, 2007 | 16:16

    I opologise there is no fee of any sort and no need for credit cards all that is required is a little patience while waiting in a Q still think it reminds labels and the like they must do all they can to stop people from obtaining free downloads.Be interesting to see if this is a regular thing with radiohead.

  36. Adam
    September 1st, 2008 | 13:57
  37. aion kinah
    March 19th, 2010 | 01:56

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