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Radiohead archive hacked, band release unheard 'OK Computer' recordings in aid of Extinction Rebellion

18 hours of Radiohead material was stolen from the band...

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Speaking in a post on social media, Radiohead made the announcement that a minidisk archive of recordings, belonging to frontman Thom Yorke, were allegedly stolen last week.

The recordings are from the time of the band's 1997 album 'OK Computer', with the mystery theif reportedly demanding a $150,000 ransom in exchange for the archive.

In response to the theft Radiohead have uploaded all 18 hours of the stolen recordings to Bandcamp, available to download for £18 across the next 18 days, with proceeds going to Extinction Rebellion.

Read the full statement below and purchase the 'MINIDISCS [HACKED]' archive here.

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