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radiohead.jpgRadiohead.com has been updated with a "Dead Air Space" blog/journal that Thom has been posting in.

Among his sometimes hard to understand sentences is this nugget of info about Radiohead's current record label status:

"we have no record conntract. as such. any offers?..what we would like is th e old EMI back again, the nice genteel arms manufacturers who treated music a nice side project who werent to bothered about the shareholders. ah well not much chance of that....."

He also mentions that the band will be heading to the studio on Thursday.

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:everyone: HOORAY!!! :everyone:

Okay, assholey of me, but I never really liked Radiohead. And the overworked hardon that people have for them has always eluded me. On the upside, they mention a fine point in the problem with music today. All these companies worry about is polishing the knobs of the shareholders. Of course that goes for about everything, not just music.

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