Radiohead's entire catalog is now available to stream on Spotify.
The full transition comes with the addition of the band's The King of Limbs b-sides "Supercollider" and "The Butcher," as Radiohead's subreddit has revealed (via Consequence of Sound).
In April, Radiohead's catalog pre-dating 2004 was transferred to the band's current label XL, with all B-sides removed from streaming services to be "reconfigured."
There are still some releases missing from the streaming service, but it is unlikely they will ever be revived. Most notably, the non-album 1993 track "Pop Is Dead" is absent -- a song the band distanced itself from following its release with guitarist Ed O'Brien once calling it "a hideous mistake." The EMI/Capitol Records collector's editions, which were released without the band's cooperation, are also gone, so this is basically all the music the band wants out.
Three years ago singer Thom Yorke referred to Spotify as "the last desperate fart of a dying corpse." His solo catalog and his Atoms For Peace band are still not on Spotify.