So, you must have read about Comscore's figures suggesting that Radiohead's new download album didn't actually do very well in terms of revenues. The whole story smacked of a company inventing a story for attention and every paper and blog just fell for it in a dash to point their fingers at 'failure'.

So, you must have read about Comscore's figures suggesting that Radiohead's new download album didn't actually do very well in terms of revenues. The whole story smacked of a company inventing a story for attention and every paper and blog just fell for it in a dash to point their fingers at someone's ‘failure'.

Some PR exec at Comscore (probably Andrew Lipsman) must be busy preparing some charts to show some other execs how many column inches they got by acting like leaches sucking on the noise of some other folks. They just released new figures about UK downloaders – just to keep the story going.

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