Roundup: Radiohead Kicks Off Tour, Foos Bail on Japan

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Radiohead‘s setlist from its tour opener in Miami is up at As expected, the King of Limbs dominated the material, with seven total songs. As far as older chestnuts, the band trotted out “Idioteque,” “Codex,” “The Gloaming” and “The National Anthem,” among others, and closed with “Karma Police.” Check out an audience video of “You and Whose Army” below:

The Foo Fighters have been forced to cancel their tour of Japan. In a statement, the band says doctors advised Dave Grohl to rest his voice. In far less interesting news, a virus has forced Celine Dion to call off her Vegas residency through mid-March.

There’s seemingly no end to the proliferation of lists. Exhibit A: NME gives us the “50 Most Explosive Choruses” of all time. No. 1: Oasis‘s “Don’t Look Back in Anger.” Meanwhile, tells us that of all rock star deaths, Jimi Hendrix’s was the most untimely.

In a fight we hope no one wins, Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis has sued Madonna for a single called…wait for it…”Girl Gone Wild.”

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