Radiohead approves free bootleg concert DVD, available online

English alt-rock band Radiohead recently approved a high-quality fan-made video of a benefit concert the band played for the victims of the Haiti earthquake. The concert was held January 24, 2010, in Los Angeles. The entire 24-song, two-hour set is available online.

Both Radiohead and the makers of the film, who released the footage on December 24, encourage viewers to donate to Oxfam America's Haiti Earthquake and Recovery Fund. The filmmakers reportedly spent the last year creating the DVD by culling footage taken by 14 different audience members, with a few segments shot using an iPhone.

The BBC 6 Music News reports that since its release, the DVD has already raised more than $9,000/€7,000.

The following tracks are included:

1. "Faust Arp"
2. "Fake Plastic Trees"
3. "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi"
4. "National Anthem"
5. "Nude"
6. "Karma Police"
7. "Kid A"
8. "Morning Bell"
9. "How to Disappear Completely"
10. "Wolf at the Door"
11. "The Bends"
12. "Reckoner"
13. "Lucky"
14. "Body Snatchers"
15. "Dollars & Cents"
16. "Airbag"
17. "Exit Music (For a Film)"
18. "Everything In Its Right Place"
19. "You and Whose Army?"
20. "Pyramid Song"
21. "All I Need"
22. "Lotus Flower"
23. "Paranoid Android"
24. "Street Spirit"

Radiohead is currently working on an album due out sometime this year. The band's last and seventh studio release, 2007's In Rainbows, reached number one on album charts in five countries, including the UK, the US, and France.

Download the video:

Watch the entire concert on YouTube: