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Art-house rockers Radiohead offered a Christmas surprise Friday – a new song, initially intended for the latest James Bond film.The song, simply entitled "Spectre," strikes a balance by staying broadly in style with Radiohead's recent output, which has been increasingly experimental in form while keeping the structure of a pop song.While Radiohead did not explain why the song was not used, the filmmakers eventually chose a young British singing sensation, Sam Smith, for the theme of "Spectre," which was released in October.News of the previously unknown Radiohead track will renew speculation on how far along the band has moved on a long-awaited ninth album.
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