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Apr 13, 2012A great live album gives a more human aspect to the electronic style of the studio albums Kid A and Amnesiac. I usually don't revisit live albums very often as they tend to be overly long and rarely have the same fluidity as studio albums. Typical of Radiohead, this is unlike most live albums. Usually based on career spanning setlists, this is limited to tracks from 2 albums and it's also quite short. It's a great snapshot of where the band were while touring their 2 most experimental albums. Funnily, the highlights on this are where the band go back to basics - there is a sublime version of Like Spinning Plates and also includes the beautiful "lost song" True Love Waits.… Expand
Sep 7, 2010I'm a bit reluctant to give this a 9 simply because i think its nowhere near the level of almost every other Radiohead album. However, a lesser Radiohead album is a step above most masterpieces. The studio albums are better, but this one is certainly no disappointment.