Blossom Music CenterMonday, August 04, 2008
- 1. 15 Step
- 2. There There
- 3. Morning Bell
- 4. All I Need
- 5. Pyramid Song
- 6. Nude
- 7. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
- 8. The Gloaming
- 9. National Anthem
- 10. A Wolf at the Door
- 11. Faust Arp
- 12. Exit Music (for a film)
- 13. Jigsaw Falling Into Place
- 14. Idioteque
- 15. Climbing Up The Walls
- 16. Bodysnatchers
- 17. How To Disappear Completely
58HOURS MEMBERS AT THIS SHOW: 25
Pete2186, johnnytigs, diggerd, Mossby, chuck1003, vanityfairground, lukewarmavenger, blankshore, jfiveeight, mrsbigtuna88, masuther, chules, topsyturvytown, dar1an, clearnest621, astral, Swigman, beaucolburn, hyniemo, fugufish, ruddtherudd, luizafuturo, hardhead, juicerjackmouth3, jblm7,
i've seen them 4 times and this was the best setlist and best in general...street spirit ah could anyone ask for more...wolf at the door was great too well everything was great but this was by far the best night of my life such an amazing band and such talent i can't say anymore except i need to see them again
submitted by: heddie
11:17 PM [US Pacific time], Saturday, August 09, 2008
I've seen many concerts over the years, but Radiohead has to be one of the best. Unparalleled combination of musicianship/lighting-staging out there today. Absolutely no complaints w/ the set list (everyone has their favorite songs, but I understand that not every song can be played. And we all know that In Rainbows HAS to be well represented). I was very excited that they played Wolf At The Door and Climbing Up The Wall. The Gloaming and Dollars And Cents have now become new favorites of mine. I'll treasure this concert and keep the memories of this night forever. Thank you Radiohead, come back to Cleveland soon.
submitted by: ChrisC.
6:07 PM [US Pacific time], Friday, August 08, 2008
I've been a fan since pablo honey, and finally got to see them live. I was absolutely blown away!! The setlist was just perfect, the light show rocked, and the venue and crowd was a real treat. you can bet i will see them again! Oh yeah.....PYRAMID SONG!!!!!
submitted by: DJPutzo
6:06 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, August 06, 2008
This was my 2nd time seeing Radiohead, last time was in 2003 when they last came through Cleveland. This show put the last one to shame. A few thoughts: Great, great setlist...lighting was amazing....Thom and Jonny playing Faust Arp acoustic was beautiful...Glad we got Street Spirit (Fade Out), but would have loved more from The Bends....National Anthem was transcendent...lighting was amazing....The Gloaming and Climbing Up The Walls were two songs that are SOOO much better live (and Im even a fan of those songs to begin with)....Paranoid Android is still one of the top 5 greatest songs ever written....light show was AMAZING....the band really seemed to be enjoying themselves....THE LIGHT SHOW WAS AMAZING I've seen over 100 bands. From Paul McCartney to Primus, from Dave Matthews to The Who, from Digital Underground to Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, from Roger Waters "Dark Side" tour to Beck front row at Cleveland's House of Blues.... This show is immediately ranked in my top 5 shows I have ever seen. I have some thinking to do before I rank it above McCartney and Waters (the 2 greatest concerts Ive been to), but this might bump Beck from the Top 3. "Astounding" was my one word text review to a friend afterwards. It truly was.
submitted by: Mike
8:54 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, August 05, 2008
Was it 9/ where TY screeched "I saw this all coming"? "We had nothing better to do". Neither did we, band. Perhaps a poke, but thank you regardless.
submitted by: emay
2:00 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, August 05, 2008
Awesome show... first time seeing Radiohead live and I was completely blown away. The light show was a feat by itself.
submitted by: Dylan
12:45 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, August 05, 2008
Fantastic venue, crowd. Light show amazing, as per previous reports. Sound was very clean, didn't need earplugs like in 2003 (either the sound is much better, or I'm going deaf). Standout songs: Morning Bell - after the song, Thom came to the front of stage and sang the rhythmic backgound vocals a capella for a good 30-45 seconds (a real treat) The Gloaming - did not expect this song to rock, but it came quite aggressively, much to the enjoyment of all National Anthem - blew the crowd away with the pressure they added to this with the light tube display flashing bright red and white at near strobe velocity! Dollars & Cents - I'd forgotten about this gem on Amnesiac. Live, they made it sound like the best song I've never heard, ever! Everything In Its Right Place - fantastic, evolved into extended rhythmic coda, with each member leaving in turn. The guitars were left to their own freaking chords for a good minute or so after the last bandmates left the stage. Finally, the roadies came out to turn 'em off. Good night!
submitted by: RKShew
12:00 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, August 05, 2008
this was the greatest night of my life. The setlist they chose just blew me away. I would have been happy no matter which songs they plays bu I don't think I could have asked foe anythig better. The music sounded perfect. Thin looked like he was having a blast and he did the coolest dances ever. Amazing
submitted by: eric t
9:11 AM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, August 05, 2008
at the end i thought they were playing everything in it's right place, the stage had letters flashing spelling everything, then the band all walked off individually
submitted by: sbilas
10:24 PM [US Pacific time], Monday, August 04, 2008
submitted by: Kid A
8:58 PM [US Pacific time], Monday, August 04, 2008
24. Lucky (Thom, “Thanks to Grizzly Bear. Hello Everyone.”)
submitted by: ruth
7:52 PM [US Pacific time], Monday, August 04, 2008