|I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings|
|[[Image:Template:Minpx|I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings cover]]|
|Template:Infobox album/link by Radiohead|
|Released||12 November 2001 (UK), 13 November 2001 (US)|
|Recorded||28 May – 20 August 2001|
|Genre||Electronica, experimental rock|
|Producer||Nigel Godrich, Radiohead|
"I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings" is a 2001 live album by the English rock band Radiohead. It consists of live performances of eight songs recorded on Radiohead's tour of Europe and North America. Seven of the songs are taken from their albums Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2000). The final track, "True Love Waits", would not be released on a studio album until A Moon Shaped Pool (2016); unlike the studio version, singer Thom Yorke performs it on acoustic guitar.
At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, "I Might Be Wrong" has an average score of 76 based on 16 reviews, which indicates "generally favorable" reviews.
AllMusic's Sam Samuelson thought that "it might have been wiser to release Amnesiac and some of the material from this release as a complete Kid A sessions package, rather than a couple of thrown-together releases." Stephen Thompson of The A.V. Club wrote: "Though marred by characteristically unrevealing packaging and inexplicable brevity, "I Might Be Wrong" casts new light on the band's much-examined recent material." Entertainment.ie critic Andrew Lynch wrote: "Unlike most live albums, this one captures some of the excitement of actually being there and gives Radiohead back the human dimension they've recently been in danger of losing."