USB stick it to Radiohead

If you’re not a member of the one-in-three who didn’t pay a penny to download Radiohead’s latest album the other week, this might be

If you’re not a member of the one-in-three who didn’t pay a penny to download Radiohead’s latest album the other week, this might be for you. Radiohead is releasing their entire back catalogue on a special edition USB stick.While releasing tunes on USB stick is nothing new, Radiohead’s USB will be brimmed-up with high-quality WAVs, sitting pretty at 320kbps each.In case you’re wondering, the stick contains Pablo Honey (1993), The Bends (1995), OK Computer (1997), Kid A (2000), Amnesiac (2001), I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings (2001) and Hail To The Thief (2003).You’ll have to pay for this one, though, with the 4GB ‘Radiohead bear-shaped’ stick weighing in at £80. It also comes with artwork for each album.But if you have an allergic reaction to USB sticks, poor you, the same box set is being released on CD (£40) and will be available for download (£35), all from December 10.EssentialsRadiohead back cataloguePrice: From £35 (USB £80)On sale: December 9Contact: Radiohead online storeRelated stories:Blog: Radiohead’s price-less album