Radiohead. Chris Pizzello / AP
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Greenwood indicated that the album, which would be Radiohead's first since 2011's "The King of Limbs," was in the early stages.Greenwood had earlier this year indicated that Radiohead would return to the studio in late 2014 . But the album's fate became less clear when frontman Thom Yorke released a solo album with no warning in September.Yorke had sent out a series of cryptic messages ahead of his own release, including an image of a white turntable, that led some fans to believe a new Radiohead album was ready.
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