Thom Yorke hates CDs

Published August 7, 2009

It’s no secret that Radiohead aren’t afraid to try something new with their distribution models, particularly in the scope of online delivery. Their free release of In Rainbows, where consumers were encouraged to pay what they felt it was worth, garnered them a lot of media (if not money).

Now, Thom Yorke has spoken out in Believer magazine, admitting that CDs were never his favourite:

There’s a process of natural selection going on right now. The music business was waiting to die in its current form about 20 years ago. But then, hallelujah, the CD turned up and kept it going for a bit. But basically, it was dead.

More digital downloads for Radiohead in the future, then?

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