By Shirley Halperin
Updated November 02, 2007 at 07:07 PM EDT

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On the heels of Wednesday’s announcement that XL Recordings will

distribute Radiohead’s In Rainbows CD in territories outside North

America, the band also looks to be taking the indie route in the US. As

widely speculated, rumored, reported, and dissected, an announcement

that Radiohead will release their latest effort through a Red Light/ATO

Records-affiliated label is expected next week, according to sources.

Though, contrary to some reports, the album will not hit shelves until

next year. When reached by EW, a representative for Red Light/ATO had

no comment. Radiohead originally released In Rainbows on Oct. 10

without the help of any label as an exclusive download direct from

their official website and allowed fans to pay whatever price they

deemed fair.

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