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Radiohead Announce Career-Spanning 400-Page Songbook

(Radio.com) Musicians, get ready to learn how to play "Subterranean Homesick Alien" the correct way. Radiohead has revealed the imminent release of a career-spanning 400-page songbook encompassing every song the band has ever released.

The book will span Radiohead's entire album discography, as well as b-side and random one-off releases. Radiohead Complete is set to be released on November 27th.

The book, entitled Radiohead Complete, will feature artwork from longtime collaborator Stanley Donwood, responsible for such iconic images as the bear face from the Kid A album and the crying minotaur from follow-up full-length, Amnesiac. Read more here.


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