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Radiohead Denies Album Release Date

Amazon's U.K. site posts release date for forthcoming album, band rep disproves claim.

A Radiohead spokesperson has refuted a U.K. release date for the brainy rockers’ forthcoming album posted by online emporium Amazon.co.uk, NME.com reports. Amazon, who has suffered previous music related mishaps (read more), claimed the yet-to-be titled album would hit store shelves August 6 via EMI records. Radiohead’s contract with EMI expired following the release of their 2003 album, Hail to the Thief, and the band has not yet announced a fresh distribution deal. As of press time, the page stating the false Radiohead release date is still live and can be visited here.

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