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January 20, 2020
Radiohead launch Radiohead Public Library, an extensive online archive Thom Yorke of Radiohead performs live on stage at 02 Arena on October 8, 2012 in London, England.   Jim Dyson/Getty

Radiohead have unveiled the Radiohead Public Library, a comprehenisve and detailed online archive. Located at Radiohead.com, the archive contains a curated and organized archive of the band’s catalog alongside video and artwork associated with each of their albums.

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Visitors to Radiohead.com will be able to create their own library card and will receive a membership number. Once they have access to the archive they will be able to view detailed artwork, official videos, and ad-free HD live and TV performances, B-Sides and compilation tracks. Previously out-of-print merchandise will be available to order on demand.

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To mark the launch of the library, each Radiohead member will take a turn at playing librarian between January 20-24. Colin Greenwood of the band has begun proceedings today, January 20, presenting a curated selection of archival material across the band’s social media channels.

In addition to the library opening, Radiohead have made a number of previously unavailable rarities accessible to stream and download. These titles include the band's first release (a 1992 EP titled Drill), "I Want None of This” from the 2005 charity compilation Help!: A Day in the Life, and 2011's TKOL RMX 8 remix EP.

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Radiohead launch Radiohead Public Library, an extensive online archive