well, the tour dates for the australian tour have finally been announced. doesn’t mean much to me for i live on the other side of the world. oh well, here they are anyway:
tuesday january 27, 1997- wellington, new zealand
wednesday january 28, 1997- auckland, new zealand
sunday february 1- melbourne, australia
wednesday february 4- sydney, australia
friday february 6- brisbane, australia
sunday february 8- adelaide, australia
tuesday february 10- perth, australia
tickets for these dates will go on sale december 15 through ticketmaster.
jonny greenwood has reportedly been recording some material with tori amos in england recently, probably for her new album coming out this spring. more info on this when it is made available.
the b-sides for the next UK single, No Surprises, are:
CD1 No Surprises, Palo Alto, How I Made My Millions
CD2 No Surprises, Airbag (live from huxley’s, berlin 11/03/97), Lucky (live)
7″ No Surprises, Palo Alto
No Surprises will be released in the UK on january 12, 1998
hey, puff daddy loves radiohead. is that good? will he be in the next video? read the new rolling stone magazine for puffy’s love for complaint rock and a nice feature with thom.
if you live in france, then you can get the new Lucky single with the b-sides Meeting in the Aisle and Climbing Up the Walls (fila brazilla mix)
the video for No Surprises has been shot and will hopefully get aired in the UK during christmas.
if prodigy can show full frontal nudity on MTV USA with their video Smack My Bitch Up, why did MTV blur radiohead’s animated breasts in the video for Paranoid Android? sheeesh
Spin Magazine has named our boys “Band of the Year.” they would of had “Artist of the Year” and a cover picture but Spin decided to choose an artist who only lived in 1997 for 2 months.
hey, this page was featured on MTV UK’s “Up For It” program.
don’t forget to watch radiohead perform this friday on MTV’s Live at the 10 Spot. they’ll get 90 minutes to play so get your vcrs ready, it looks like daddy’s gonna stay in on friday night.