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£Countrysort iconComment / Will you buy the CD and/or the Discbox later?
£12.00United Kingdom

Love the band, I wouldn't have been a mean bastard.

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*

£15.00United Kingdom

Paid this amount not only for the music but also for the chance to participate in the experience of consumer spending power being kindly given a boost by Radiohead's new business model. That to me was worth more than the music alone. As all the pundits keep saying, musicians will make money from live events because of this move - well, this felt like participating in a live event. The fact we were allowed to choose gave the experience more value - as the exercise meant the value of money became, for a moment in time, subjective.

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*

£7.20United Kingdom

720 seemed like the most interesting number between 500 and 1000. And yes, I did check the Wikipedia articles for numbers between 500 and 1000 to come to that decision.

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*

£7.00United Kingdom

Would love the major companies to change the rules about the percentage of royalties that the musicians get. They do the whole job (songwritting, performing, touring), and they get paid only a tiny amount and from only the sold albums..

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*

£7.00United Kingdom

Worth every penny. I paid that much as I will be getting the other tracks from my brother.

Discbox?: No

CD?: No

£7.00United Kingdom

I paid the average price for a download email

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£7.00United Kingdom

7th album

7 colours 'in rainbows'

-- seemed about right.

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£7.00United Kingdom

It's nice to know my money goes straight into radiohead pockets. Even if this album's rubbish it's still a nice little thank you for the 5 brilliant one's before that.

Discbox?: Not applicable - I already ordered the discbox

CD?: Not Answered*

£7.00United Kingdom

I wouldn't normally pay for any music without listening to it first and I download quite a bit of music for free. I don't own CDs and I don't agree with DRM. Napster (subscription) was a great idea and I was a customer for several months until it kept messing up (because of the DRM). As well as being a Radiohead fan I respect that Radiohead are trying to draw attention to the music publishing industry needing some changes. And they can't lose because people who won't pay will grab it for free anyway.

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£6.71United Kingdom

all i could afford ashally

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*

£6.99United Kingdom

Plucked a random figure out of my brain

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

Paid nothing as I am intending to buy the actual CD upon it's release, and I'm not paying twice!

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Yes

£0.00United Kingdom

Paid nothing....just because I'm a c*nt!

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

Paid £0.00 now, will buy a physical copy when released. Would buy discbox if it did not include vinyl.

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Yes

£0.00United Kingdom

Thinking of 0p to try out and then buying CD next year and ripping album at higher rate for better quality

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Yes

£0.00United Kingdom

Come on, I'm a student. I wasn't actually going to pay for something if I could get it for free.

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

Fantastic revolutionary idea. I paid for the discbox via my home email, but wanted to download the album at work so am downloading it for free ,

Discbox?: Not applicable - I already ordered the discbox

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

I hate mp3's and don't want to encourage people paying for them. It doesn't *feel* right. I just want to go into HMV and buy it for £11.99, is that too much to ask Yorke you great misery.

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£40.00United Kingdom

Two discboxes (one as a gift). The download comes with them - it would be nice if you acknowledge this, as it's something every other website has got unforgiveably wrong. If I were to buy the download alone I would pay somewhere between £5 and £10. New album, excellent material from last year's tours, best band in the world? That's worth money.

Discbox?: Not applicable - I already ordered the discbox

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

I couldn't bring myself to pay for an album by a group who actually make someone want to believe in re-incarnation so that they'd have the ability to kill themsleves over and over.

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

I would never pay for a download because of the poor audio quality and the likelihood that my hard disk will break or the tracks will become corrupted. But if I like the album I will buy the bog standard cd when it comes out for about £7 from the cheapest online retailer.

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£40.00United Kingdom

Brought the discbox, so technically spent £40 on the f*cker!

Discbox?: Not applicable - I already ordered the discbox

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

Smart move retards....looks like you'll have to tour now!!!!

Discbox?: No

CD?: Not Answered*

£0.00United Kingdom

I'm not even sure I like Radiohead, I found OK Computer really hard going. So I'm taking a (free) punt and seeing what it's like, either I'll become a new fan or continue on my way.

Discbox?: Undecided

CD?: Not Answered*