Latest Radiohead News

Radiohead News posted by

Radiohead catalogue high quality downloads

As of today, you can finally download the full Radiohead catalogue in high quality through ateaseweb.com. The catalogue consists of all of Radiohead’s albums plus  a large number of singles, available in the 320 Kbps, DRM-free MP3 format.

You can download the tracks through the Download Store at ateaseweb.com, which is powered by 7digital. EMI, Radiohead’s record label for all the offered downloads, commented on choosing 7digital over iTunes: “iTunes insists that all its albums are sold unbundled, but 7digital doesn’t. Radiohead prefer to have their albums sold complete. The artist has a choice, and if they feel strongly then we respect that.” The albums are available for £6.99 each.

Go to the ateaseweb.com download store.

19 Comments

  • Yippee now we can go and sell our homes to listen to old radiohead!!!

  • HOLY SHIT YOU GUYS!!!! DOES THIS MEAN LP7 MIGHT BE DOWNLOAD-ONLY?????

  • Nah. EMI isn’t Radiohead’s label anymore. Radiohead’s free to do what they want with LP7. It might be available only through the internet, but EMI making their catalogue of Radiohead albums available for download doesn’t say anything about the media format of LP7.

  • I want my physical, material object that is a Radiohead cd!

    Ether that or a loss-less format, which ever is easiest!

  • is this even legal?

  • £6.99?

  • mp3′s are not HIGH QUALITY.

    Lossless file format or .wav please.

  • I thought that this is what the band didn’t want…this is sad…but mp3? :0
    come on :/

  • take these songs down now. no one’s going to buy them. if you’re a true fan, you buy the actual album and nothing less. and LP 7 will not be download-only, that would go against the band’s principles.

  • Just so folks know, this is nowhere near a full catalogue. There are several singles missing (all of the creep era singles) and some EPs as well. At a quick glance, if you bought all they offered you’d have an 80% complete collection. Since i didn’t have enough time to look into it further, I might be wrong…

  • I dont like this but its nice to see everything the band ever made so far :) I now know Radiohead for 6 months (yes im a 16 year old newbie -_-”) and I downloaded the albums first illegally (off course!) and I wasnt impressed by there latest 3 albums. Ok pc was off course my favourite lp cause that was like the most known and populair (commercial suicide?). Now I’ve got all 6 albums and the magical ‘The Eraser’ by Thom Yorke that I listen to it every week. By the way, my favourite album is Kid a after all;) Makes me cry, happy and thrill! And I also think that Optimistic is the greatest RH song ever… period :)

  • Ok PC, that cracked me up :D

    And Frank Lives, how do you know that its against Radioheads principles to release LP7 in download format only? They most probably wont do it, but its not against their principles. They were actually considering releasing their album in separate songs online at one point.

  • [...] desconocido wrote an interesting post today!.Here’s a quick excerptAs of today, you can finally download the full Radiohead catalogue in high quality through ateaseweb.com. The catalogue consists of all of Radiohead’s albums plus some a large number of singles, available in the 320 Kbps, DRM-free MP3 … [...]

  • I just wanna kick back and chill to the studio version of House of Cards. Soon. Please Lord.

  • [...] available to download from iTunes. Instead, they’re selling them DRM-free (320kbs MP3s) on another website, and — get this — only as entire albums, not as single [...]

  • Perhaps, they can make it for people who have Mastercard Debit cards instead of just for Visa Debit card holders – sucks for me as I wanted to buy some music – sucks for them because they aren’t getting my money.

  • No wonder they didn’t resign with EMI. Its like saying “I want high quality meat” and buying a tin of spam.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

comments powered by Disqus

Search