October 4, 2007 11:02

New Radiohead album: band speak about 'In Rainbows'

Part Two of our exclusive interview with Thom Yorke and Colin Greenwood is on-line now

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Radiohead have spoken exclusively to NME.COM about the making of ‘In Rainbows’.

We published thefirst part of the interview on-line on Tuesday (October 2), and now the second part of the revealing exchange ison the NME Office Blog for you to read.

In the interview, which took place in March, Thom Yorke and Colin Greenwood discuss their plans to make the album downloadable, plus Yorke’s struggles with handling how big his band have become.

Head to the Office Blog now to read it in full, and keep checking NME.COM for the latest on the new Radiohead album.

You can now
get a sneak preview of what the new Radiohead album sounds like
on the NME Office Blog.

Plus, as you can name your own price, tell us how much you will play for the new Radiohead album.

Finally find out on NME.COM whether 'In Rainbows' will be chart eligible and what the music industry’s reaction is to Radiohead’s unique release.

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