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It consists of 10 songs.
The album begins with rock backbeat, the high of 15 Step. Thom Yorke in his unique style starts with the rock beats- "How come I end up where I started, how come I end up where I went wrong" . Next comes "Bodysnatchers," with its gyrating music. The "Weird Fishes Arpeggi" features wavy guitar rhythms. And so the magic continues with each track.
The deluxe Discbox version will also contain a second disc with the following songs:
Track 1: 15 Step
Track 2: Bodysnatchers
Track 3: Nude
Track 4: Arpeggi
Track 5: All I Need
6: Faust ARP
Track 7: Reckoner
Track 8: House of Cards
Track 9: Jigsaw Falling Into Place
Track 10: Videotape
Track 2: Down Is the New Up
Track 3: Go Slowly
Track 5: Last Flowers
Track 6: Up on the Ladder
Track 7: Bangers and Mash
Track 8: 4 Minute Warning
The Latest album by Radiohead 'In Rainbows' is now available through online download.
There is no fixed price for the download; fans are invited to pay whatever they think the music is worth. This is the first time this Pay-as-you-think model for a music album is offered on the web.
It comes in two versions - Download version and Deluxe Discbox version.
The download version is already available though it lacks some goodies contained in their discbox version. Fans will be given a special code to download it from the band's site.
You may download this album directly from this page at Radiohead official web site
The Deluxe Discbox version
The discbox will be available in the near future and would contain some extra stuff. It will contain the album 'In Rainbows' on CD and on vinyl records, some work of art with digital photos and lyrics books. It will also include some extra new songs as well. Discboxes are priced at 40 Pounds or $82.
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