Radiohead will release a live album, "I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings," through Capitol on Nov. 13, a label spokesperson confirms. Recorded in Norway, Germany, France, and the U.K. during the band'

Radiohead will release a live album, "I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings," through Capitol on Nov. 13, a label spokesperson confirms. Recorded in Norway, Germany, France, and the U.K. during the band's 2001 world tour, the yet-to-be-titled, eight-song concert disc will feature the previously unreleased track "True Love Waits."

The tune actually dates back to writing sessions for Radiohead's 1997 studio album, "OK Computer," and was frequently played solo by frontman Thom Yorke at recent shows. While all of the tracks were hand-picked by the band from select dates of the trek, there are no plans to list dates or venues.

Here's the track sequence for the set, which will be sold as a full-length CD: "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 begins a five-date Japanese tour Saturday (Sept. 29) in Osaka.

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