Radiohead: Bonnaroo 2012 (Full Set)

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On Friday, June 8th, Radiohead took the Bonnaroo stage and delivered a quintessential, nearly two-and-a-half hour, career-spanning set. As always, the band’s powerhouse live show is a sight to behold, and you now you can thanks to a reply of YouTube’s stream of the festival. Watch below and give the setlist a peep:

Radiohead: Bonnaroo 2012 Setlist

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01:18 Bloom
07:52 15 Step
12:15 Kid A
16:59 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
22:45 Staircase
28:00 The Daily Mail
31:58 I Might Be Wrong
37:05 The Gloaming
41:15 Separator
47:40 Nude
52:26 Magpie
57:40 Identikit
1:01:40 Lotus Flower
1:06:35 There There
1:13:20 Karma Police
1:18:05 Feral
1:21:15 Idioteque
–Encore 1–
1:28:27 You and Whose Army
1:32:39 House Of Cards
1:39:01 Supercollider (1:38:38 Jack White shoutout)
1:45:14 Bodysnatchers
1:50:33 Everything In It’s Right Place (True Love Waits intro)
–Encore 2–
2:00:47 Give Up The Ghost
2:06:43 Reckoner
2:12:20 Paranoid Android

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