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The White House: What’s a Radiohead?

Turns out Radiohead’s new album ‘In Rainbows’ is even getting some notice at the White House, as the Washington Times reports. Deputy press secretary Tony Fratto said he is a big fan of Radiohead, and plans to get their new album.

Mr. Fratto, however, appeared to be the only person in the press shop who was aware of the new album, which has drawn attention for its release. The band did not use a record label, distributed it over the internet, and allowed fans to pay what they wanted.

White House deputy press secretary Scott Stanzel said that while he does not own any Radiohead albums, he is an “appreciator” of their music.

Gordon Johndroe, spokesman for the National Security Council, said he is “90 percent sure” that he has a few Radiohead tunes on his iPod. When asked if any of those songs were from their 2003 album, “Hail to the Thief,” which some consider a reference to President Bush, Mr. Johndroe said, “not that one.”

And what about press secretary Dana Perino, the No. 1 mouthpiece for President Bush?
“I don’t even know what that is,” she said, when asked. “Is that a band?”

23 Comments

  • What’s a radiohead?! shame on you

  • Hahahahahahahahahahaha…

    People from Bush office are listening to Hail to Thief…

    They are stupid because they work asshole like Bush(so called president and moron)but they have good taste in music.

    Radiohead rocks!!!We knew that back in days of Pablo Honey.

  • lol

  • Or they have stupefyingly terrible taste in music in that they don’t even know what they’re listening to. Who the heck is asking these people about Radiohead anyways?

  • I believe Dana Perino was the only honest representative :) they prob got more important issues to mind anyways.

  • If I was in them, I’d rather answer like Dana Perino. Just to preserve a little of their dignities… Anyway: In Rainbows is a huge recording, and we only know Cd 1 yet! But CD 2′s gonne be as much strong as the 1st. Kisses to Radiohead and Radiohead fans!!

  • 90% sure? uh huh…right…
    best story evah XD

  • everyone, make sure you read the original story…the comments are HILARIOUS

  • What is a “radiohead”?

    It’s another word for “perfection”.:D

  • This is one of the most pointless things I have read in a while

  • What’s a Radiohead?

    A Radiohead is a member of the best band in the universe…

  • bahhaha thats fucking hilarious

  • Don´t you seem strange the fact that
    now radiohead have discovered the way to
    diseminate their art whitout any institutional control
    the withe house has started to interest in it…

  • there is no cd1. “cd2″ is a cd of bsides. in rainbows is only one cd and its already out.

  • what’s a “radiohead”?

    really!

    what’s a “radiohead”?

  • Joey, why is this pointless? wow, some people sure do know how to spoil some nice wholesome fun (cough Joey cough).

  • Dumb yankee filth

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  • they all know radiohead……dont let them fool u ……..

  • LOL SHE DOSN”T KNOW WHAT RADIOHEAD IS WHAT A LOSER >>>|

    THERE THE GREATEST BAND OF ALL TIME

    DUH!

  • No seriously… hold on. A new term was pined down after the album distribution method ingeniously conceived by our favorite band. A “radiohead” is now referred to that method and some other bands are thinking of making (or doing) a “radiohead”.
    (I read it somewhere but I cannot find it now!)
    Like in the simpsons episode where suddenly everybody has a strike of luck and start doing “homers”.

  • Dumb Yankee Filth?! Seriously flom k norke? Is it 1790?

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