Radiohead Break Out Live Rarity For First Time in 9 Years

04-08-2017
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(Radio.com) On their 2017 tour, Radiohead have revived some songs they haven't played in nearly a decade; material from past albums like "OK Computer" and "Kid A" that haven't been seen in a Radiohead setlist for years.

But on this past Wednesday night (April 5), the band played "Where I End and You Begin" from their 2003 studio album "Hail to the Thief" for the first time in 9 years.

Fans quickly picked up on the historic inclusion and shared footage from the concert (in Kansas City) on YouTube. Watch their performance of "Where I End and You Begin" here.

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