Radiohead's 'King Of Limbs' Live In Studio

Radiohead live in studio
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The members of Radiohead recently performed their entire King Of Limbs album live in studio for the BBC, and you can watch the whole thing online. The intimate performance has no audience or host, just the band working through the intricacies of the album's eight songs, plus two new tracks, "The Daily Mail" and "Staircase."

Update: It looks like the full video has been taken down, but you can watch this one cut from the session, "Staircase" courtesy the BBC:

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The video was made as part of producer Nigel Godrich's From The Basement series, a podcast and which started off as a podcast but is now a television show featuring in-studio performances by artists such as The White Stripes, The Shins and Beck. Radiohead last performed for the series in 2008 for the band's album In Rainbows. Here's that full performance:

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Radiohead's King of Limbs performance will make its U.S. broadcast debut on the MTV-owned Palladia network July 23.

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