Prices & comments
£sort iconCountryComment / Will you buy the CD and/or the Discbox later?
£4.37United Kingdom

its what a compressed version is worth ... maybe

Discbox?: Undecided

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£4.40United States

I chose 4.40 because it is about US$9.00, which I think is a fair price for any downloadable music. This seems like a very good deal for Radiohead since they are not tied to a label and should get most of the money. $9.00 is the target price I would like to see for 256k DRM-free albums in iTunes.

Discbox?: No

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£4.45United States

this price sounded reasonable. can't wait to hear it

Discbox?: No

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£4.45United Kingdom

Great idea dirrect to the band!!!

Discbox?: Undecided

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£4.50United States

I paid about $10 US to preorder the download of the album, which is at or a little above the going rate for DRM-enabled music files on most online stores. Bravo to Radiohead for this move; it takes a set of brass balls. It's great to be able to give money to the band instead of having their record company take 90% of the profit.

Discbox?: No

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£4.89United States

Approximately 1 USD / track. A fair price.

Discbox?: Undecided

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£4.91United States

I understand that Radiohead gave the option to pay nothing, but it's a matter of respect to give at least a little bit. It's not free to record, set up websites, and purchase bandwidth. It is ridiculous to call the discbox exorbitantly priced; it actually contains physical material which must be produced, and one could expect to pay more in a typical market situation for such extensive material.

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Yes

£4.95Canada

just under what a normal album costs here in canada, and more than happy to pay it straight to a fantastic band that has kept its integrity intact. props!

Discbox?: Yes

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£5.00United States

would have paid more if I were doing better financially, still I think and hope the band will make more off me this way than if I had paid retail

Discbox?: No

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£5.00Canada

Great album!

DRM Free is worth more to me!!

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: No

£5.00United Kingdom

I Like Radiohead a lot

Discbox?: No

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£5.00Germany

The MI must die!

Discbox?: No

CD?: No

£5.00Austria

Fair game, 5 quid for a new album, everyone profits. How much is the bandwidth costing them though?

Discbox?: No

CD?: No

£5.00United States

I arbitrarily picked five pounds; a little over 10 dollars american. Less than what I'd have to pay for a CD at a store but it appears all or most of the money is going right to the band. Since labels take (steal) most of the dough, even two dollars american would probably be a be a bigger cut than what the band would get with a traditional record deal. This is a great idea, I hope more artists jump on board - Trent Reznor has already hinted this is similar to what he wants to do when his contract is up.

Discbox?: No

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£5.00United States

radiohead is basically doing an official leak for this album, which is clearly a smart move on their part. There was still be a constant demand for this album and once the official vinyl and cd's start rolling in, it will be just like releasing it on record first.

Discbox?: Yes

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£5.00France

Payed for discovering the album and encouraging an initiative that I appreciate from a band that I admire. Will probably buy the two cds if the album is good.

Discbox?: No

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£5.00United Kingdom

The first Radiohead I intend to buy.

Discbox?: Undecided

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£5.00United States

The selfless offering is one born out of the interdependence between band and fans. Without a dedicated fanbase, this would have never been a possibility. The music speaks for itself, it's not about money, it's about transformation.

Discbox?: Undecided

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£5.00United Kingdom

I'd be happy to add to my contribution once I heard it - as long as it isn't the atonal meanderings of recent releases. Perhaps there should be an option to give more after hearing it, or maybe less.

Discbox?: Undecided

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£5.00United Kingdom

Slightly cheaper than Itunes. lots cheaper than shops, a more than fair price I'd say for the band given they may only around £1.50 per album from EMI.

Discbox?: No

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£5.00United States

Ten American dollars (+/-) for the band. Matching amount donated to the New Orleans recovery effort (exact charity to be determined later). Twenty American dollars for conscientious human beings. Win/win situation. Thanks.

Discbox?: Yes

CD?: Undecided

£5.00United States

well worth it

Discbox?: Undecided

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£5.00United States

was approx $10 US. i thought that was fair (same as itunes)

Discbox?: No

CD?: Undecided

£5.00United States

I chose to give around $10 American, but I am still undecided on buying the discbox. Otherwise I would've given more. And, oh yeah, Radiohead rocks. And so does this idea. In this day in age its possible for any mildly successful band to do this, but no one has the cojones. Its good that bands like Radiohead can innovate like this not only in music but in their self-representation.

Discbox?: Undecided

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