Tuesday, June 07, 2005

No Surprises

Since a new Radiohead album won't be out till next year;

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.



Here
is a nice Radiohead acoustic session from KROQ radio courtesy of ilostmyself.com

There There
A Punchup at a Wedding
Lucky
I Might Be Wrong
Sail to the Moon
Knives Out
Go To Sleep
Everything In Its Right Place
No Surprises
Scatterbrain
Follow Me Around


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