Radiohead has always pushed the envelope. Their latest LP, titled Rainbows, was recently released. The catch? It's a three-parter. 1. They opted NOT to sign with a major label for this project. 2. They are making the LP download only, with an option to purchase a collector's box set instead. 3. Radiohead is letting the FAN decide the price they want to pay for the album. The lowest is .01 pounds. Is this the future of music? Will record labels be slowly unused and the internet completely take over the physical aspects of music? I'm sure we'll still have some records or cds printed, but this looks like the future to me. Lack of label, internet distribution, no set price... I love it! I bought mine for .01pounds, and depending on the album will support them further. What do you think about the radical new Radiohead release? What does it say about the future of music?