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Radiohead Eliminates Freebies With New 'Newspaper' Album

For their next record, the technologically driven members of Radiohead apparently want to pay homage to a noticeable victim of the Internet Age -- the newspaper. According to Wired, Radiohead has labeled its upcoming record 'The King of Limbs' as "the world's first newspaper album," and will fittingly release it in a variety of editions.

You'll be able to purchase digital copies online (for a set price this time) on February 19th. Physical editions, reportedly packed with artwork and other "goodies," will start shipping out on March 9th. Basic digital downloads will reportedly run around $10, while the loaded physical packages will cost approximately $50. The band hasn't specifically addressed what exactly constitutes a "newspaper album," but "the world's first"? Ian Anderson and his Jethro Tull bandmates might have a little something to say about that.

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