Radiohead scored its second No. 1 album on the U.S. pop chart this week with In Rainbows, an album that was at first sold on the Internet under the band’s "name your own price" system.
In Rainbows also topped the charts in Britain, Canada, France, Japan, and Ireland.
The album also marks Radiohead's first album since it decided to bail EMI. It is being distributed in the United States by ATO Records Group, a label co-founded by Dave Matthews.
Rainbows are cute and colorful and sometimes have a pot of gold at the end, left by a kindly ol’ Leprechaun.