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New Radiohead album is finished and apparently coming soon.
Dead Air Space
THIS CONSISTS OF THE NEW ALBUM, IN RAINBOWS, ON CD
AND ON 2 X 12 INCH HEAVYWEIGHT VINYL RECORDS.
A SECOND, ENHANCED CD CONTAINS MORE NEW SONGS, ALONG WITH DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS AND ARTWORK.
THE DISCBOX ALSO INCLUDES ARTWORK AND LYRIC BOOKLETS.
ALL ARE ENCASED IN A HARDBACK BOOK AND SLIPCASE.
THE ALBUM DOWNLOAD AUTOMATICALLY COMES WITH THIS PACK.
YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE FILE DIGITALLY FROM THE 10TH OCTOBER 2007.
DISCBOXES ARE BEING MADE TO ORDER AND ARE PRICED AT £40.00 INCLUDING POSTAGE.
SHIPPING WILL BEGIN ON OR BEFORE 3RD DECEMBER 2007.
Box set tracklisting, which comes with 2 cds:
CD 1 AND VINYL
ALL I NEED
HOUSE OF CARDS
JIGSAW FALLING INTO PLACE
CD 2 AND VINYL
DOWN IS THE NEW UP
UP ON THE LADDER
BANGERS AND MASH
4 MINUTE WARNING
So maybe i'm jumping the gun a bit here but with the tour announcements today, i think this thread is justified....? Plus watmm is my main source for music news so would be good to have this thread for any news with regards to the release.
For those who haven't seen, today radiohead were announced as headliners for three festivals this year (http://www.wasteheadquarters.com/schedule) and also the twitter account Chieftan Mews has suddenly become active again, posting the usual cryptic messages that have come before other radiohead releases.
He's tweeted this picture: http://imgur.com/WvLvDO3, and also the Dirac equation: http://imgur.com/fiUr1jZ
Also according to Primavera the live set will be a new album (http://www.primaverasound.es/noticiaSingle?id=1418)
So yeah, looks like it won't be long. Dunno how interested everyone here is in radiohead, and i can't say i listen to them much anymore, but i used to love them and they're pretty much the reason i got into ae and aphex, so i'm always interested in hearing what they do next.
"ANIMA, a new record by Thom Yorke. Out on digital 27th June, physical 19th July.
A "one-reeler" film of the same name by Paul Thomas Anderson will appear on Netflix on 27th June, in collaboration with Thom Yorke and the choreographer Damien Jalet featuring music from the record.
Thom is also back on tour with the Tomorrow's Modern Boxes project, alongside Nigel Godrich (who produced the record) and Tarik Barri's live computer visuals. Full details in the Schedule section."