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Radiohead - Staircase (live From the Basement)

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Published on Jun 20, 2011

Taken from the DVD/BluRay available at http://www.thekingoflimbs.com now.

Here's a new track called Staircase, taken from our upcoming 'From The Basement' session.

And no, you're not seeing double. The doppelganger drummers are myself and Clive Deamer. Clive has long been one of my favourite drummers and so I was really excited when he agreed to perform with us. Hope you like what we've all done.

Philip x

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its Aria
The way he shakes his head ...
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Jorge Dibildox
oh man, radiohead is the most creative band in the world. every song they have is good. just amazing.
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Renato Zullo
These are real live performance. Real musicians.
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Katherine Lovelylocks
They are so unassuming, they're just like, "Yeah, that was a good one" and it was genius.
Steve Sperdacion
best song ever?
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Marcus Dembinski
My left ear is getting a nice taste of Jonny Greenwood's guitar
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Wesley Vane
This song is masterpiece
Abcd123
ONE OF THE BEST RADIOHEAD SONGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Spencer Colvin
I think....I think this song is absolute perfection. When I think of Radiohead, this song speaks to what they're capable of creating. This is no longer a "song" - it's actually a voyage taking us deeper and deeper into their world of sound. As you listen, you're being taken down the staircase. My goodness they've done it. This would have been the crown jewel on The King of Limbs.
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Rafaello Fareday
To hear Ed's guitar separately from Jonny's, listen to the song again using only the right speaker (Jonny is on the left) - it's a bit hard to notice the brilliancy for those not used to it because he's using a huge variety of effects and feedback to achieve his sound. He does some really great stuff here, and hearing the song with both speakers again gets your mind blown by how much synergy Jonny and Ed have together. Both are brilliant musicians, but together they are something else - it's almost as if they are sharing the same mind while playing (and despite their styles being distinct, they fit together like jigsaw pieces.)
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