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Jason Gregory

17:36 11th August 2008

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Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke joked that the bands looks had stopped them from becoming famous as they headlined the second night of All Points West on Saturday (August 9th).

The band, who also headlined the opening day of the festival in New Jersey, played a diverse set, which included a rare live outing for 'Kid A'.

A number of songs from their latest album 'In Rainbows' were also aired during their 25-song showcase.

During the band's first encore, York dedicated 'Airbag' to Kings of Leon, who had played earlier in the day.

He told the crowd: “If we were that good looking, we’d be famous.”

You can see all the highlights from Radiohead's second day at the festival below, or click on the following links for extensive photo coverage from the whole event.

All Points West - Day One
All Points West - Day Two
All Points West - Day Three

Radiohead - Day Two at All Points West

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Photo: WENN