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so it is yet another year of music, but much better than 2004 already. you can post your anticipations here

mine are:

beck - guero

decemberists (new album)

broken social scene( new album)

doves - some cities

boards of canada( new album)

sigur ros (new album)

xiu xiu- la foret

radiohead (hopefuly a new album)

depeche mode (new album of course. theyre writing it now as we speak)

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M83 - Before the Dawn Heals Us

Trail of Dead - Worlds Apart (got it, and it is great)

Beck - Guero

The Books - Lost and Safe <April>

Doves - Some Cities (have it, love it)

Bloc Party - anything from them.. wonderful band,

Oasis - Don't Believe The Truth

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Mercury Rev



Turin Brakes

The Strokes


Tom McRae


David Gray

Franz Ferdinand

Aimee Mann

Ryan Adams (three albums from him and his band this year!)

Keane... hopefully

Radiohead - doubtful, but what a year if so!


Looks like i'm gonna be even more bankrupt than i am now. :confused:

I Am Kloot

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but sinse they have written new material already (which they will debut at glastonbury)


I also seriously doubt Radiohead will play Glastonbury this year, especially so soon after they played in 2003 - Michael Eavis will probably want to get someone else in for a bit of variety. If Radiohead play Glastonbury again it would probably be in 2007 (Glastonbury 2006 is cancelled).


I haven't heard any news of them writing new material either, but they are going into the studio some time this year, so it's possible I guess.


If Radiohead release any new material this year, I will be ecstatic, but I seriously doubt it will happen.

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also...isn't their albums contract over with now? or is that after the next album? i'm sure i read somewhere about it being over after Hail To The Thief. If so, that means they don't have to make any more music at all, or they can churn out the most diverse sounding music they've ever made.

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