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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Hey, Radiohead - You've Made Millions Bucking The System! What'll You Do Next?

Start doing covers, apparently. Here's The Smiths' "The Headmaster Ritual".

...and New Order's "Ceremony" (sung, if you ask me, in Ian Curtis' style)

And some of their own songs, too...Stereogum seems to be keeping a nice archive of whatever they can get their hands on.

Strange things apparently keep happening at (which may or may not be on air when you click in - but when it is, I particularly like the BBC1-circa-1970 style continuity.)

And then, perhaps maybe, they'll go to Disneyland.


Blogger Bob McCarty Writes said...

Backers of the non-existent group, RODEOHEAD™, are making merchandise bearing its logo (left) available to people who think they might possibly become fans at some point in the future.

According to news reports today, most fans of Radiohead paid the group nothing for the music they downloaded. Those behind RODEOHEAD™ say they can't afford such a result.

"Because the band hasn't formed yet, hasn't gone on tour and probably will never take shape, we must rely upon future fans to purchase RODEOHEAD™ merchandise online," a spokesman said. "That's why we're giving fans the option of paying us whatever they think the merchandise is worth as long as they meet our initial asking price."

5:08 PM, November 10, 2007  

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