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The MERCE CUNNINGHAM ballet scored by RADIOHEAD is set to come to the UK.

Earlier this year the band and [a][/a] put together the improvised soundtrack for ‘Split Sides’, and performed it live at the show’s premiere in New York in October.

The ballet is now set to come to the London Barbican in October 2004, although a spokesperson for Radiohead told NME.COM the group probably won’t be playing live. Instead, the show will use a remixed soundtrack of the material recorded in New York.


Radiohead finish their 2003 world tour this week in Dublin.


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