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Before Radiohead, there was...

By Linda Laban
Globe Correspondent / October 16, 2007

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Radiohead's recent release of the hugely anticipated "In Rainbows" via the Internet, with no fixed charge, sent a high-profile message to the traditional music industry. And that's happening on a local level as well. Earlier this past summer, online-only label Inman Street Records (inmanstreetrecords .com) was quietly launched in Cambridge, releasing new records via high-quality MP3s completely free of charge. (Full article: 275 words)

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