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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 2:47 p.m.

An amazing night with Radiohead

Last night Radiohead performed in front of a sold out KeyArena crowd. It was amazing. The band sounded so good it almost didn't seem real. "How can a band sound this good live?" I asked a friend who went with me and we both just shook our heads as we watched in awe.

The light show on stage was pretty incredible too. There were lights everywhere. When lit up, the backdrop to the stage looked like the most psychedelic screen saver you've ever seen meets the green code in The Matrix on steroids. Twelve screens hung from the ceiling each displaying a different band member or angle of the stage.

There isn't much I can say about last night other than "wow." That was the best show I have ever seen. The only thing that comes close would be the last time I saw Radiohead at White River about four years ago.

Here is a video of Radiohead performing "You and Whose Army" last night.

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