But all doesn't go smoothly at a television filming in Paris...

RADIOHEAD made an erratic return to the live environment last night (April 28), at a television filming in PARIS.

The band recorded a full live set for the French television station Canal +. With the exception of a cover of the Neil Young song ‘Cinnamon Girl’, the band’s set consisted of material from last year’s ‘Kid A’ album, and forthcoming record ‘Amnesiac’, released in the UK on June 4.

According to a report on the unofficial Radiohead website [url=]www.ateaseweb.com, the band left the stage after just seven songs, with eyewitnesses saying singer Thom Yorke’s behaviour was “strange”.

However, they re-emerged ten minutes later and started the set from scratch. On their return, the band recorded new single ‘Pyramid Song’ twice, as Yorke was not happy with the original version.

Radiohead played: ‘Morning Bell’

‘The National Anthem’

‘You And Whose Army?’

‘Dollars And Cents’

‘How To Disappear Completely’

‘Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box’

‘I Might Be Wrong’

‘Knives Out’

‘In Limbo’

‘Pyramid Song’


‘Everything In Its Right Place’

‘Motion Picture Soundtrack’

‘Cinnamon Girl’

‘Pyramid Song’