June 28, 2011 23:10

Pulp and Radiohead's 'secret' Glastonbury sets surface on YouTube

We've rounded up the highlights that you won't find on BBC iPlayer

Pulp and Radiohead's 'secret' Glastonbury sets surface on YouTube
The secret sets by Pulp and Radiohead were the talking point of this year's Glastonbury Festival, but anyone who decided to avoid the muddiness of Worthy Farm for a weekend of Glastontelly won't have seen them as they happened away from the glare of the cameras in The Park .

However, fan footage of the shows has now started to appear on YouTube, and we've trawled through it for some of the highlights, beginning with Pulp's set-opener 'Do You Remember The First Time?':



And a version of their 1995 hit 'Disco 2000':



Their set-closer, 'Common People', complete with frontman Jarvis Cocker's moving speech about the magic of Glastonbury, in which he paraphrases Barack Obama by saying, "[Glastonbury] is not about me, it's not about you, it's about us.":



Moving on to Radiohead's slightly less 'greatest hits' heavy set, here's the band taking to the stage and playing 'Lotus Flower' from new album 'The King Of Limbs' live for the very first time:



And here's a version of 'In Rainbows' highlight '15 Step' which Thom Yorke admits he's "really nervous about, I don't know why":



Finally, the encore of 'Street Spirit (Fade Out)', from 1995's 'The Bends', as Thom wishes the crowd "much warmth" for the weekend ahead:



NME.COM is running a poll to find the best performance at this year's Glastonburyclick here to vote.

Don't miss this week's NME magazine, on sale Wednesday June 29, for the ultimate Glastonbury review

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