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July 10, 2006

Thom Yorke: The Music Industry's In 'State Of Collapse'

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke believes new technology has brought the music industry to “a state of collapse”.

The singer-songwriter, who is currently promoting his debut solo effort 'The Eraser', recently announced his band don’t feel the need to seek a new traditional album deal with Parlophone, after their last contract expired.

Yorke says Radiohead will probably seek one album deals for specific projects after ruling out the possibilty of releasing them entirely over the internet – but he believes the innovative band don’t need to seek radical solutions as the traditional workings of the music industry are imploding in the face of new technology anyways.

He explains to The Scotsman, "I'm not really into the idea of picking an enormous fight because I think the structure of the music business is in a state of collapse anyway. There's no point in us trying to help. And it makes you sound really arrogant, like, 'Yeah, we're going to mess up the system.' The system's built us, so that would be a bit silly, wouldn't it?"

“The truth is that the traditional medium is still there, and you need it. When we have something, then we'll find whatever seems the most appropriate way to put it out.”


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