Radiohead's Hilarious Cover Of 'Gasolina' Not Remotely Real : All Songs Considered A rogue fan video of the band's April 17 show in Berkeley, Calif., shows Thom Yorke shaking his hips to the reggaeton hit.
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Radiohead's Hilarious Cover Of 'Gasolina' Not Remotely Real

To be clear, Radiohead did not cover the reggaeton hit "Gasolina" at the band's April 17 show in Berkeley, Calif. But a video that's surfaced online sure makes it seem like they did.

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The rogue fan video appeared on YouTube three days ago and has since been shared repeatedly on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. It shows Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke shaking his hips and pumping his fists while the crowd seems to sing along to the Daddy Yankee song.

Here's a setlist of what Radiohead actually played at the Greek Theater earlier this month. The video in question was actually a performance of "Myxomatosis," a song from the band's 2003 album, Hail To The Thief.