Oneohtrix Point Never (2/7)
Four Tet (3/7) / Voices from the Lake (live) (3/7)
London Grammar (3/25)
Factory Floor (4/15)
I'm stoked for Radiohead, ill have a whole shuttle to myself and get home early on Saturday...Plus their music will make me tired on the walk out of there...
During their last tour they played a ton of bends. Im also gonna hunch it up and say iron lung will appear during this tour.
"How long will this last, this delicious feeling of being alive, of having penetrated the veil which hides beauty and the wonders of celestial vistas? It doesn't matter, as there can be nothing but gratitude for even a glimpse of what exists for those who can become open to it."
what are the chances hipsters are going to try to be trendy and fit into the 'hip' crowd at the massive main stage thom yorke orgy?
What happen if someone make a crime?
I don't know, Todd? What are the chances that a hipster would like bands like Radiohead and Joy Division?
"But like Yorke said earlier, “Looking back is okay too,” so the band concluded with “Paranoid Android.” It was one of the first six-minute songs to ever be released as a single, and it was good for the band to end on a historical note as they themselves are historical."
I THINK BOB DYLAN DID SOMETHING LIKE THAT IN 1965
And on the subject of The Bends....I'd love to hear "Black Star"
"It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge"
Whether it be Radiohead, or any artist for that matter, people should go to a show with an open mind and not looking forward to one or a few songs in particular the whole time. Just enjoy the experience, and if they play what you want to hear then great. This will be my first time seeing Radiohead, I can't wait! I have a feeling this performance is going to be something special, and we will all be there to experience it together!
Yeah the first time I saw Radiohead I kinda set myself up for disappointment. I really wanted to hear Idioteque, Karma Police, Fake Plastic Trees, etc. The 2nd night at the Hollywood Bowl in 2008 was an amazing setlist - looking at it now, shit they even played The Bends, Planet Telex, and No Surprises in addition to the 3 above! I saw them at the next date in Chula Vista and while I enjoyed the show they didn't play any of the above. It was cool hearing Paranoid Android though.
GLOWSTICK ERUPTION FOR IDIOTEQUE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SECOND VERSE WHO'S WITH ME???
edit: first throwing blue or white glow for "Ice Age comin'" then throwing red/orange glow for "throw it on the fire" then maybe green for "take the money and run." YES IT IS SILLY BUT I DON'T CARE. SHUT UP RYAN.
I don't care if I'm setting myself up for disappointment, but if I don't hear "Idioteque" on the Polo Fields, I will cry.
KidRobot and Ray del Mundo, look here if you are wondering about what songs and how often they play them. You can chose specific years etc.
Of all the times I've seen Radiohead, I don't think anything will ever top
this show at the Hollywood Bowl in 2001 Amnesiac tour for me. It was perfect.
They were perfect and crowd was perfect.
Monday, August 20, 2001
1. National Anthem
2. Morning Bell
4. Karma Police
5. Knives Out
6. I Might Be Wrong
7. Exit Music (for a film)
8. My Iron Lung
9. No Surprises
10. Dollars & Cents
12. Fake Plastic Trees
13. Pyramid Song
14. Paranoid Android
16. Everything In Its Right Place
19. You And Whose Army?
20. How To Disappear Completely
21. Climbing Up The Walls
22. Street Spirit (fade out)
23. True Love Waits
Given the recent setlists, I'm now praying for the Butcher, either at SJ or Coachella.
No, don't, don't cut my hair, Ned loves my hair.
Maybe the chances of them playing the Trickster or Pearly ever again have raised slightly.