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RADIOHEAD have confirmed details of a new DVD which is being sold via their website.


'The Most Gigantic Lying Mouth Of All Time' is described as a "110-minute excursion into the bizarre", and will contain music from recent album 'Hail To The Thief', as well as unreleased material.


The main part of the DVD will feature 24 short films, which were broadcast as part of Radiohead TV earlier in the year.


Writing on the band’s website, Thom Yorke said: "This was originally meant to be four episodes shown on our very own television channel. It was just before 'Hail To The Thief' was released. Everyone was working themselves into a froth. They told us they could get us our own station. Somewhere here, somewhere there, you know. It was very exciting.


"We were going to take over the airwaves. So we set about putting together some television. We got lots of tapes from a request we put on our website. Lots. Lots and lots. We also generated some television of our own to
avoid going stir crazy in the studio."


The DVD is currently available to pre-order via the band’s website, priced £12.

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