In the waning days of this past summer, a meager handful of days after the release of a new song, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke was quoted as saying that full-length studio albums have become "a real drag" for the group. "None of us wants to go into that creative hoo-ha of a long-play record again," he said, before dropping a few more quotes that seemingly drove the final nail into the coffin for another Radiohead album in the near-future, if ever. His comments set off a flurry of speculation: Was Radiohead going singles-only? Did this have something to do with a new business model, a la the release of In Rainbows?? He didn't say anything about double albums, right??? Etc.