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Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Saturday, May 17, 2008
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Ummmm....they are very good? I mean, what do you put here? They know how to Rock and Roll and yet they also have a way of making you cry while counvulsing out of control. I know now that creating music is the only goal I want to achieve during my lifetime. Bravo gang, Bravo.

submitted by: Philip
11:57 AM [US Pacific time], Thursday, July 03, 2008

This was my 5th time seeing Radiohead, and I couldn't have asked for a better setlist. "Planet Telex" was a nice surprise, as were "Optimistic" and "Lucky." Their catalogue is quite deep by now, and I'm glad they're exploring it instead of having a "Fake Plastic Karma" singalong each night. Having said that, I'll never tire of hearing "Pyramid Song." From the pit, those giant light sticks made me feel like I was in a cathedral, or maybe I was simply filled with reverence for the band. Looking forward to getting a distant view in LA and Santa Barbara later this summer.

submitted by: Erica
6:30 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, May 27, 2008

I Wasn't too pleased with the setlist. As a bigger fan of the Bends/Ok Computer, I was disappointed not to hear Karma Police, Airbag, Just, Fake Plastic Trees, or Paranoid Android. All songs they have played recently. At least I got to hear "lucky" Otherwise the show was pretty awesome.

submitted by: JohnC
4:20 AM [US Pacific time], Monday, May 19, 2008

I do not believe that anything could top that show. I found out they were coming to Houston in like December and had been waiting ever since! The lights and everything were amazing. Perfect sound. I basically had a seizure when the beat dropped in Idioteque.

submitted by: david
8:53 AM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 18, 2008

this show was the best show i have experienced in my life! i have to tip my hat to the woodlands pavillion. for really raising the bar as far as live performances go! if there ia an artist/artists is coming to town and playing there. get tickets ASAP. best venue by far! of course i was standing in pitt directly in between thom and jhonny. the 2 people standing on my right and left caught the setlist. they threw out 2.

submitted by: jason
4:41 AM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 18, 2008

my first time seeing them live and they were amazing! wish they had played more stuff from the Bends though. i'll be going to every show of theirs i can from here on out!

submitted by: max
4:23 AM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 18, 2008

Without a doubt, one of the best shows I've ever witnessed. The sound was perfect and the light show was just incredible. This is a band that just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Radiohead!

submitted by: Eric
3:41 AM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 18, 2008

Saw Radiohead 1995, 2003, 2008. New band every time. 2008 version - haunting. Played all songs from In Rainbows. Always leave me wanting more.

submitted by: RKMONKEY
2:55 AM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 18, 2008

Strong Show. 15 Step as an opener is an excellent choice. Upbeat yet still weird and dark. Sets a tone that the band can really go anywhere with. All the In Rainbows tunes were strong, particularly Weird Fishes and House of Cards. There There ended the set in a frenzy and left us hungry for an encore but satisfied with a solid main set. My personal highlight was the Bends Sandwich Encore- Planet Telex/Street Spirit to close the first encore. Murmurs of no Idioteque slithered around me at this point and a lot of people were ready to be disappointed. But the 2nd encore comes and after a hilarious Army (thanks to the upclose camera work on Yorke), the show stopping Idioteque did just that. The venue sucked though the sound was great and Radiohead's lighting rig is simply awesome.

submitted by: puroshaggy
11:01 PM [US Pacific time], Saturday, May 17, 2008


submitted by: klc
7:47 PM [US Pacific time], Saturday, May 17, 2008

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