Radiohead and Caribou at Prudential Center (SLIDE SHOW)

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    Radiohead

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    Caribou

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    Caribou

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    Caribou

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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    Radiohead

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Radiohead

Radiohead took over Prudential Center on Thursday night for their first show of a sold-out pair at the New Jersey arena. The band, augmented this tour with erstwhile Portishead drummer Clive Deamer, played with an intricate set-up that consisted of a moving array of screens cutting alternately to the band members' faces and instruments, as well as abstract light forms. Drawing heavily on recent material, Thom et al. played mainly songs from last year's The King of Limbs, as well as session cuts like "The Daily Mail" and a new song for the tour, "Identikit." Longtime fans were rewarded with classic hits including "Everything in its Right Place" and "Karma Police," which led to a campfire-like singalong across the entire stadium. Caribou, A.K.A the hyper-intellectual electronic project of Canadian musician Daniel Victor Snaith, opened with tracks from his outstanding 2010 record Swim.