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There are very few bands that cause mass hysteria when they announce the release of a new album.  Not only does Radiohead have the iconic status to whip up this kind of frenzy but recently their releases have become crazy events on their own.  The band’s last album, In Rainbows, was offered for the affordable price of whatever-the-hell-you-want and now they’ve got fans worked up by not setting some far off release date like November 15th for their new record, The King of Limbs, but rather a release date of . . . Saturday.  That’s right, Saturday.  No date needed because they announced it this week.  You can purchase a digital only copy of The King of Limbs in either .mp3 or .wav format or shell out the cash for the Newspaper Album which comes with tons of artwork, two clear vinyl records and more.  You will have to pay slightly more than zero dollars this time though.

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