Contrary to media reports, Brian Eno is not rejoining Roxy Music for the group's first new studio album since 1982's classic "Avalon."

Contrary to media reports, Brian Eno is not rejoining Roxy Music for the group's first new studio album since 1982's classic "Avalon."

According to online Eno outpost EnoWeb, the reports are "untrue and just in-good-faith wishful thinking from the journalists -- Brian has no involvement with the band's current recording or tour plans. All that happened was that Brian popped in to visit the members of the group when they were in the studio."

The official Web site for Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry had also reported the Eno news but any mention of his participation has now been removed.

After a 15-year hiatus, Roxy Music reunited, sans Eno, for live dates in the summer of 2001. According to Ferry's site, the group is also working on a remix album featuring "various DJs and producers ... putting their own spin on Roxy and Ferry's back catalog."