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Radiohead The New York Times are reporting that Radiohead are set to sign a new distribution deal with US label ATO Records – a company headed by Coran Capshaw, the impresario best known for guiding the career of the Dave Matthews Band. ATO are set to distribute a CD version of the band's latest digital collection, In Rainbows.

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The UK's XL Records are expected to market the album internationally, leaving suitors such as Warner Brothers and Columbia floundering at the finish line.

- The Led Zep news continues to roll in. With their appearance at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute drawing ever closer, the band have now announced details of a digital box set. The Complete Led Zeppelin will be released via iTunes as a 165-track collection, featuring all 13 of the band’s albums.  Hand-picked by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, the compilation will be available for individual purchase and download from the beginning of November.

- Here's a clip of Tom Verlaine and Jimmy Rip putting their musical imprint on a selection of avant garde films from the likes of Man Ray, Watson & Weber, Fernand Leger and Hans Richter.



Posted by Ross_Bennett at 12:17PM | Categories: News