Radiohead Charity

Radiohead have announced that they will offer their whole back catalogue to charity download site War Child Music.

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In a heart-gladdening move, Radiohead have announced that they will offer their whole back catalogue to charity download site War Child Music, reports DiS. The move will see the Radiohead oeuvre online in its entirety for the first time ever. Previously, the only record by the band available on line was 2001's "Amnesiac".

War Child raises money to help children in war-torn areas and was founded in the mid nineties, with the famous War Child album, created by the cream of the era's British music contingent in merely a day. Radiohead contributed "Lucky" to that compilation - the first time it had appeared as a recorded song.

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    Hypnot1st
    Radiohead is the biggest band in Europe right now. Good for them for charity.
    metalphor
    He looks funny in that picture...Lol...Looks like hes taking it up the ass or something.
    5ironaudiorage
    Radiohead are awesome and highly under-rated, but poor? no way. If you perform at the Glastonbury Festival, i think you're perfectly fine in the cash department.
    dogsballs
    rediculous = ridiculous. and i think radiohead have done their dash, although, charity is more important than making good music.
    validlitterdept
    radiohead aren't poor. they are so stupidly talented but you've obviously only heard karma police and no surprises and obviously creep. they are i think very rich as they have a massive fan base. "radiohead is actually poor" is a rediculous (sp??) sweeping statement to make.
    Afrorockgod
    Radiohead are cool. Finally a band cares more about the less fortunate of the world then their bank balances.