Radiohead created a fireworks of its own when it embraced 2008 by webcasting live in-studio performances. In the hour-long private taping entitled "Scotch Mist", the band performs all tracks from its newest album, "In Rainbows".
From true artists who value their true love for music, their fans and creativity more than a record label, the "Scotch Mist" includes poetry readings and multimedia images created or selected by the band.
Implications - But those looking to just listen to Thom Yorke croon away shouldn't worry either as the band gives yet another stunning performance of tracks such as "Jigsaw Falling Into Place" and "House of Cards" for their fan's enjoyment.
Is there anything that Radiohead can't do? They've already revolutionized music distribution with the pay-what-you-want Internet downloading campaigns, and now they're going to revolutionize our entire concert viewing experience.
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