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"The end of Radiohead mark 2"

Ed O'Brien says band have changed direction with new material

  • 21/06/2010
  • Rodrigo Davies
Radiohead's Ed O'Brien

Radiohead are "a matter of weeks" away from completing their next studio release, according to the band's guitarist Ed O'Brien.

He told 6 Music's Adam Buxton that the Oxford five-piece changed their working methods on the new material, to avoid the lengthy recording process involved in recent albums such as In Rainbows.

"It was such a slog. We decided at the end of the record never to do it like this again. That was kind of the end of Radiohead mark two."

To hear more from Ed O'Brien click the player below. His appearance on Adam Buxton's Big Mixtape is also available to play again here for the next 7 days.

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    • 1. At 11:59am on 03 Jun 2010, peppermintpatti wrote:

      This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the House Rules.

    • 2. At 3:57pm on 06 Jun 2010, Nygards wrote:

      When is the show @Flø, 05th june 2010 shown on television?

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    • 3. At 7:58pm on 21 Jun 2010, jerrygarciasfinger wrote:

      I wish Radiohead and Nigel all the best with this new release. If it is 80% of what In Rainbows was they've got a winner. I say 80% because I'm incredulous they can match the brilliance of their last, which I still think this the best record of the last decade. Radiohead is in a fortunate position because I know people in their 20's thru 50's that have had the opportunity to hear a band that's been in their prime, then become dedicated fans, and new fans will emerge as they discover a band that has been blessed in so many ways. We in turn, as listeners, benefit.

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    • 4. At 10:31am on 10 Jan 2011, musicology_ldn wrote:

      wicked example of projects coming to fruition out of something more meaningful than commercial gain

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