Ford PavilionTuesday, May 06, 2008
- 1. All I Need
- 2. There There
- 3. Lucky
- 4. Bangers 'n' Mash
- 5. 15 Step
- 6. Nude
- 7. Pyramid Song
- 8. Optimistic
- 9. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
- 10. National Anthem
- 11. Idioteque
- 12. You And Whose Army?
- 13. Reckoner
- 14. Everything In Its Right Place
- 15. Airbag
- 16. Bodysnatchers
- 17. Videotape
58HOURS MEMBERS AT THIS SHOW: 24
kometenmelodie, greenfloyd, halah, PnoidAndroid, Bort, lex_young, melmel, bigdaddy, VSS, JReyes, emgill, omegadaxer, shayna41, dschmidt, dhsuguitan, jcarlosm27, mevans, neobob187, Arianna, pj10, jrdn, randyrad, plasticnitrogen, ctp4859,
orlano traffic's fun allysa.. =-P =-( that's why i try not to drive here.. I just got this show and am about to listen to it!! The recording is said to sound great, and obviously this shows getting some great reviews!!
submitted by: jermcc@gmail
3:12 PM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 14, 2008
This was my 4th time at a RH show. Pretty good setlist with the huge my two personal favorite songs: Lucky and The Tourist. I've got Ok Computer on vinyl and the last side is almost worn out before the rest of the album is even broken in. They made me happy with that one. What's with House of Cards? It's just an alright song, and used as a closer it's very anticlamactic, especially following The Bends. Anyway I was in West Palm and Tampa, both times with good seats (1st row far right West Palm, 15th row far right Tampa), and have no regrets about ticket or travel prices.
submitted by: Matt
10:35 AM [US Pacific time], Saturday, May 10, 2008
Amazing show! I enjoyed it more than West Palm, not that West Palm was bad in any way. The sound was better and everything was tighter at Tampa. No Weird Fishes reprise tonight! Word has it that on the band's setlist, How to Disappear was in place of The Bends for the second encore. Nothing against Disappear (it was a definite highlight from West Palm), but I'm glad they called the audible.
submitted by: FaustArpeggi
7:29 AM [US Pacific time], Friday, May 09, 2008
This was by far the most incredible show I've ever been to. The band was spot on all night, and the sound quality was amazing out on the lawn. The light show was breathtaking, and the setlist was also very good. I thought Idioteque was my favorite of the night. This was my first Radiohead show and I hope there are more in the future!
submitted by: Dan
5:48 PM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Everyone was into the concert. I was chilling out in section 8, well not really chilling out more look jumping around and swaying! ;) This concert was set up wonderful, the led lights and Thom had a wonderful personality, funny and charming! Best concert so far. They played so many AWESOME songs and I was surprised they didnt do the same set list as West Palm Beach. Drove 5 and a half hours there through ORLANDO TRAFFIC and trust me... IT WAS WORTH IT!
submitted by: alyssaFL
3:19 PM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Completely amazing. The camera on Thom's Piano that he sings into during You and Whose Army is bloody genius. "Dedicated to the folks on the hill." I had an absolutely amazing time and will be seeing them again at Lollapalooza.
submitted by: Sam
2:55 PM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008
I'm pretty sure I heard at least a bit of "Sit down Stand up" I don't rember if they played the whole song, but I know I heard the lyrics: The raindops/the raindrops.... Might have been during the Gloaming, but I'm a little foggy about the order. All I know is that it was an amazing show.
submitted by: Nick
10:03 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008
was an amazing show. granted, I was in the second row, center stage. the setlist was phenomenal, the band was spot on all night. the tourist was the highlight of the evening for me. was so great to hear that song. thom's mugging for the camera on you and whose army was reminicent of when he did that 5 years ago in WPB. also hearing the bends was a huge surprise. probably was the best show i've ever been to.
submitted by: tampatrader
7:28 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008
tf3, I was in sec 6 it's not the venue it's the bands sound comp. & the way they hang the system they actually needed a bigger system. I've seen pleanty of shows there that sound just fine for a shed.
submitted by: sharky
7:11 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Sharky, I said same to my wife when we were sitting in our seats (section 8). Guess what? up on the lawn, sound was much better. Visuals too. The difference b/w the seats and the lawn at that venue is like being at 2 completely different concerts. (I'll never buy seats there again!) As for the band, first show here, amazing. I would really like to hear them take off on an extended jam, for say 20 minutes. Johnny would melt our brains!
submitted by: tf3
3:52 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 07, 2008