Radiohead mastering seventh album in New York

Fan posts of meeting with band

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Radiohead are currently mastering their seventh album in New York.

According to a posting on fan website Ateaseweb by member the king left, some of the band were at a Spoon listening party.

Radiohead members Colin Greenwood, Ed O’Brien and producer Nigel Godrich turned up to the playback taking place in New York.

The poster wrote: “They’re in the city mastering the album. Then they’re going to listen to it, see what they think. So, we're almost there, maybe.”

The poster’s friend Marty also asked Greenwood if one of the much mooted tracks would make it onto the release.

He wrote: “Oh yeah when Marty asked Colin (Greenwood) if ’Nude’ was going to be on LP7Colin looked uncomfortable, said “hehe hehe, maybe, if we can do it right…” and slinked back inside. This was after Marty gave him a Camel Ultra Light too. Some people, I tell you. Favours for favour(s) my ass.”

A release date for the album has yet to be announced, but it is believed the album, the follow-up to 2003's 'Hail To The Thief', will be out before the end of the year.

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