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Listen to the full live version of rare Radiohead track ‘Come To Your Senses’

The live recording has been released to mark the twelfth anniversary of the show where they played the composition during a soundcheck

A full version of the rare and unreleased Radiohead track known as ‘Come To Your Senses’ has been released – listen to the long-awaited full stream of the song below.

The song, which has never been officially released by the band, came to the knowledge of Radiohead fans after a one-minute snippet from a soundcheck was posted online following their show at the Greek Theatre in Berkley, California on June 24, 2006. That show formed part of the tour which previewed material from Radiohead’s seventh studio album, ‘In Rainbows’.

A bootlegger by the name of Hoserama was behind the original one-minute snippet, and, to mark the twelfth anniversary of that Berkley show, Hoserama has now uploaded the full live recording of ‘Come To Your Senses’ from that soundcheck. [via Reddit]

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Listen to ‘Come To Your Senses’ below.

Back in May, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke gave a live debut to the band’s rejected theme song for the James Bond film Spectre during a solo gig in Florence, Italy.

The band had initially been invited to compose a piece for the title theme to the 2015 Bond film, and their second effort ‘Spectre’ was eventually rejected by filmmakers. Sam Smith‘s ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ was later chosen by producers.

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