Cynthia Woods Mitchell PavilionWednesday, October 01, 2003
- 1. 2+2=5
- 2. Sit Down. Stand Up.
- 3. Where I End and You Begin
- 4. Backdrifts
- 5. Morning Bell
- 6. Lurgee
- 7. Scatterbrain
- 8. National Anthem
- 9. Paranoid Android
- 10. Sail To The Moon
- 11. Go To Sleep
- 12. I Might Be Wrong
- 13. The Gloaming
- 14. Dollars & Cents
- 15. Idioteque
- 16. No Surprises
- 17. There There
58HOURS MEMBERS AT THIS SHOW: 13
empeaks, hollis101, HuntingWolf, eddi818, czavala, Gabrielillo, britbomber, craig, Mstetten, dookie toots, Andrew_RH_Jones, rubysinger, guseldorph,
hi, im from mexico and i just want to say that this performance was very special to me and i never seen something like it not even close, the setlist was awsome, even more than others performed in Europe, these are 5 exellent muscicians communicating in perfect harmony to create not only a unique musical experience but to provide the audience a breathtaking stage performance, ligths perfectly coordinated with music..jonny what can i say, incredible guitar solo(dodecaphonic like)...anyway i sorted a lot of obstacles to get there..it worth it.
submitted by: Garo
7:27 PM [US Pacific time], Saturday, May 01, 2004
That was my first Radiohead show and I loved it. I loved Thom's facial expressions and especially his dancing. You could tell he really feels his music. Hats off to the lead guitartist for putting on a great show. I loved the show and hope to see more in the future. Even though Creep is played out I would love to see them sing it live one day. And I would love to hear Talk Show Host.
submitted by: Bonnie
7:15 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, October 07, 2003
They came from the musical gods and reigned on us for a good 2 hours. 2 hours that changed many lives for sure. how does greenwood do it? on backdrifts and just? how can a human play that fast and not break a string or make one mistake? how can thom's voice mimic an angel here on earth with sail to the moon and fake plastic trees? anyone who thinks they dont rock after a wolf at the door need not ever listen to radiohead again with a good conscious. in conclusion...best show ever!
submitted by: Brian
10:41 AM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, October 07, 2003
This show was my first Radiohead show, and hopefully not my last. I have never heard three guitars sound better together live. Lurgee was my highlight, and of course everything off of the new album was brilliant. I was praying for Bulletproof and my buddies all wanted True love waits, but you could not have left that show unhappy.
submitted by: Philip
10:20 AM [US Pacific time], Monday, October 06, 2003
To cath The Band on this tour is a pure luck,like catching Pink Floyd Tour in 1972.-they re blowing everybodys brains out on every show,crowds are enjoying and the band is really on their prime.You can think this and that about past 3 albums-this is too left,that is too far-but everythings gets clear once you see this all packaged live.Mighty and superb.Gives you optimism that there is still some new ways out here,that we wontbe all drown in a sea of plastic clons. Im fourty years old dynosaurus,but i never saw better show.Period. Yes,and nice play for Supergrass.Well hear more of them.
submitted by: Guga
7:10 AM [US Pacific time], Friday, October 03, 2003
Good concert, but not the best one that I've ever seen them at. They didn't play a bunch of the songs that I was hoping for (i.e. Exit Music, Iron Lung, Myxomatosis, Talk Show Host, etc.). There were a couple tracks off the new album that they played that I wished were replaced with others. Still, the highlights of the show were There There (obviously), Just, National Anthem, and Wolf at the Door. I'd give it a B+...although the other two times I have seen them were A+'s.
submitted by: Will
1:58 AM [US Pacific time], Friday, October 03, 2003