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Radiohead's Thom Yorke Doesn't Need Paul McCartney

November 14, 2007 (6:58 am) GMT
Despite being personally phoned by Paul McCartney, The Radiohead frontman said no to a collaboration.

While many are waiting in line to record a duet with , chose otherwise. The frontman was contacted by McCartney but said no to an offer by the ex- guitarist.

"My daughter was putting an album together and she put us in touch," McCartney told Channel 4's T4 program. "I asked Thom to do a duet, but he said he couldn't because he only felt happy working on his own and Radiohead's material."

Yorke released a solo effort, '' in 2006 and will on January 1, 2008 release '' with his band Radiohead. Meanwhile, McCartney had released an album this year titled ''.

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