An entire Radiohead set requires little introduction. The performance was not listed, to many a music fan’s disappointment, among the free streams Coachella offered as they occurred. Now, however, you can watch the entire performance. The focus is clearly on more recent material, although a highlight comes from “Everything in It’s Right Place” and the song Radiohead chose to lead into it: Neil Young’s “After the Gold Rush”. It’s brief, but I’ll be damned if it’s not still a great moment. Check out the entire, nearly two hour long, set below.
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