NME this week

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James Smith of Hadouken! gets body-popping – read our review of the fluoro stars at the Sheffield Leadmill (September 29) in this week’s issue of NME, out now.
Pic: Danny North

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How many times can you spot his name, kids? Jack Penate’s show at The Astoria, London (September 26) also gets reviewed in our Live section – is the 5/10 we gave his album justified in a sweaty gig?
Pic: James Quinton

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Australia’s Operator Please rock the NME Freshers’ Tour 2007 Supported By Lowlife at Liverpool University, September 28, 2007. Read our review in this week’s issue.
Pic: Danny North

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The Satin Peaches, openers on the NME Freshers’ Tour 2007 Supported By Lowlife, get reviewed as they play Loughborough University, September 29, 2007. Read about it in this issue.
Pic: Tom Oxley

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Thom Yorke looking decidedly pleased to be finally releasing ‘In Rainbows’. See more rare pictures in this week’s issue, out now.
Pic: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Phil gets funky. Maybe. NME has the full story on the making of ‘In Rainbows’, which is out today.
Pic: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Thom, you’re already the singer, main songwriter and frontman, shouldn’t you just leave the drums to Phil? Radiohead recording their new album ‘In Rainbows’ – see the pictures in this week’s issue, out now.
Pic: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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Check out our rare pictures of Radiohead, who release their new album ‘In Rainbows’ today, in our special section on the band’s new album.
Pic: Colin Greenwood and Jonny Greenwood

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