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Old 01-01-2005, 06:52 AM   #61
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Also you guys may be keen to know that I just threw up in my mouth a little.
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the band index is hard to use for radiohead but i used it anyway so there

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Radiohead Album Likely Due Next Spring

Caroline Bermudez reports:
There are people who look forward to the first day of summer, those who dream of their wedding day, and those who happily prepare for the birth of their first child. Then, there are those who anxiously wait with bated breath for a new album from the Oxford quintet. For this special (and neurotic, with yours truly included) breed of people, the time for rejoicing is nearing. According to the fan site GreenPlastic.com, Radiohead will complete recording their new album by December, with plans for a release date in February or March 2006.

Currently, Radiohead are working on 15 songs with two described as "already done and amazing." Recording for the follow-up to 2003's Hail to the Thief commenced back in January in which frontman Thom Yorke played new songs for the rest of the band, who then contributed their own parts to them. While in keeping with Radiohead's oft-collaborative spirit, the seventh album's recording process, however, is said to be "unorganized" and markedly divergent from past practices.

After two years of sequestering themselves in sunny England, touring will be in order. Radiohead tentatively plan to play dates sometime around the album's release date. They haven't been completely dormant, though. In late March, Yorke and guitarist Jonny Greenwood performed with the London Sinfonietta as part of the South Bank's Ether Festival. At these two shows, the duo debuted "Arpeggi" and performed the B-side "Where Bluebirds Fly". Yorke performed a five-song solo acoustic set at the Trade Justice Rally in April, which included the never before heard "House of Cards" and "Last Flowers (Til the Hospital)". There is no word if "Arpeggi" and "House of Cards" are among the aforementioned two finished songs. Start salivating now, folks!
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Re: the band index is hard to use for radiohead but i used it anyway so there

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Radiohead Album Likely Due Next Spring

Caroline Bermudez reports:
There are people who look forward to the first day of summer, those who dream of their wedding day, and those who happily prepare for the birth of their first child. Then, there are those who anxiously wait with bated breath for a new album from the Oxford quintet. For this special (and neurotic, with yours truly included) breed of people, the time for rejoicing is nearing. According to the fan site GreenPlastic.com, Radiohead will complete recording their new album by December, with plans for a release date in February or March 2006.

Start salivating now, folks!
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I bet if I started a new thread with the title 'New Radiohead Record Due Early 2006' there would be a lot of activity in it. Sometimes the band index thing doesn't work when there is actual news about somebody as popular as Radiohead. Oh well.
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Re: what should radiohead do next?

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but to the rest, what do you think radiohead should do?
Something that sounds like early-1980s post punk. Or something with heavy distortion in the vein of "Pablo Honey."

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