Thom Yorke albums pulled from Spotify - artists paid 'f*ck all', says Godrich

Respected music producer Nigel Godrich has accused Spotify of operating on a model that "just doesn't work" for artists - as albums he made with Thom Yorke are pulled from the service.

Both Atoms For Peace's AMOK (2013) and Yorke's solo effort The Eraser (2006) have been removed this evening, alongside Godrich's own Ultraista (2012).

They join Radiohead's In Rainbows (2007), which was given away via a controversial 'pay what you want' model when first released, but does not now ...



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