RADIOHEAD TO RELEASE EIGHT SONG MINI-ALBUM I MIGHT BE WRONG – LIVE RECORDINGS OUT NOVEMBER 13.
Features Previously Unreleased “True Love Waits”
Radiohead will release an eight-song live collection November 13th, featuring material culled from performances last summer in Oslo, Berlin, Vaison Le Romaine (Southern France) and the band’s historic July 7 homecoming show in Oxford’s South Park.
Titled I Might Be Wrong – Live Recordings (click here for the cover), the record features live versions of three songs from Amnesiac, four from Kid A and the previously unreleased (though oft-bootlegged) “True Love Waits.” The complete track listing, in order, is: “The National Anthem,” “I Might Be Wrong,” “Morning Bell,” “Like Spinning Plates,” “Idioteque,” “Everything In Its Right Place,” “Dollars And Cents” and “True Love Waits.”
Radiohead concludes its world tour October 4 in Japan. There are no plans for further touring in support of I Might Be Wrong at present.
The video for “I Might Be Wrong” was directed by Sophie Muller and can currently be seen on MTV UK.