10. "Jigsaw Falling Into Place"
In May of 2006, Radiohead launched a European tour of small halls as a means to road test material for their in-progress LP, In Rainbows. One of the first new ones heard by the public was "Open Pick," which had lyrics about a wild night out on the town. "The lyrics are quite caustic – the idea of 'before you're comatose' or whatever, drinking yourself and getting fucked-up to forget," Yorke told the NME in 2007. "When you’re part of a group of people who are all trying to forget en masse, it is partly this elation. But there's a much darker side." By the time it made the finished album, the group had slowed it down a bit and renamed it "Jigsaw Falling Into Place." They haven't played it since the final leg of the In Rainbows tour in 2009.