Radiohead to Get USC Trojans Remix at Grammys

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Ever wondered what “Creep” sounds like when played by a 300-piece marching band”?
According to the LA Times music blog, Pop & Hiss, the University of Southern California Trojans’ band will be backing up the “we’ll-play-whatever-kind-of-music-we-like-thank-you-very-much” Brit rockers Radiohead at the Grammys on Sunday.

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It was unclear what song Radiohead will actually play although the LA Times blog  claim they have it on good authority that Thom Yorke and his mates will be performing their Grammy-nominated song “House of Cards.”

The Trojans band also played with OutKast at the 2004 Grammys, and has been featured in films such as “Forrest Gump” and “The Naked Gun.”

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