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Radiohead launch the Radiohead Public Library

The digital archive collects rarities, unseen concert footage, and playlists all in their right place

Radiohead launch the Public Library
Radiohead launch the Public Library
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    Everything is in its right place: Radiohead have launched a massive digital archive called the Radiohead Public Library, collecting every aspect of the band’s career in a highly curated and organized format.

    Needless to say, Radiohead fans are in for a real treat. They’ll find everything from rare B-sides and live recordings, to high-res performance footage and TV appearances, much of which has never before been seen. Additionally, fans can create their own personalized library card, and order previously out-of-print merchandise from past eras of the band.

    Among the most notable offerings (via r/radiohead):

    — All of the webcasts from Radiohead’s Kid A-era

    — A full pro-shot live film of Radiohead’s legendary 2006 headlining performance at Bonnaroo

    — A full pro-shot live film of Radiohead’s controversial 2017 performance in Tel Aviv, Israel

    — An additional 14 minutes pro-shot footage of Radiohead’s 1997 headlining performance at Glastonbury

    — All of Radiohead’s Office Charts have been turned into streamable playlists

    — High-definition uploads of Radiohead’s various music videos

    — Radiohead’s OKNOTOK cassette, released as part of the band’s 2017 reissue of OK Computer, is available to stream digitally

    — Radiohead’s debut EP, 1992’s Drill, 2005 track “I Want None of This”, and the 2011 remix EP TKOL RMX 8 are all streaming digitally for the first time

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    Additionally, beginning January 20th, each member of Radiohead will spend a day as the site’s librarian, curating archival material across the band’s social media channels.

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