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Old 08-22-2003, 10:08 AM   #31
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I am still digesting my first Radiohead experience, but I think I can honestly say that that was the coolest fucking show I've ever seen. Wow.



It was incredibly humid last night, but from time to time, I had some major goosebumps. What else to say? Like Digi said, the lighting was spectacular. And those guys are amazing.
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Lady L - what was your favorite song of the night? I should have gone to cleveland too.
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pics from the MD show on wednesday

http://www.cloudcuckooland.net/ahlook/columbia/

http://www.transcending.nu/radiohead.html
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Hmm...it's hard to pick favorites, but Myxomatosis and The National Anthem were pretty rockin'. It was also nice to hear the Bends...
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Oopsie...double post. This one's for Jonny, hiding under his hair...
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i think Wolf at the Door at Columbia was pretty unexpected by myself and I have to say that it was indeed awesome
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Digi, those are some great photos. They make me excited for my show. Thanks for the link.



Jonny looks like a mad scientist in this one:
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My God, what an amazing show. I don't really think I even expected a show as great as that was last night.


It was cool to hear The Bends, and I thought Everything In Its Right Place and A Wolf at the Door were great. Definitely a few goosebump moments thrown in there, as well.


I only wish that they had come to MI!
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Digi, excellent pics, my show is tonight, Im out the door....
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i'm gonna see them at alpine
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i'm gonna see them at alpine
If you are still around...there will be a small contingent of INterferencers there. I will be leaving in two hours.
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back..........

Fucking amazing. I was upgraded to the pit (we had obstucted view seats - and the venue determined they were "too obstructed, meaning, we couldn't see ANYTHING). I was 15 feet from Thom for the whole show. Unbelievable. I was sad that Mirrorball Girl and Hallelujah could not enjoy this with me (cell phone service was useless in the venue).

More later...I am going to find a set list...but I do have to say The Gloaming was a highlight...but I am sure my mind will change in five minutes. The whole night was a highlight.

I am so glad I get to do it all again next saturday!
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Cool. One of my best friends who lives in chi-town was there. I believe she said they opened with fake plastic trees. How did ed look up close?
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setlist:
01 2+2=5
02 sit down. stand up
03 where i end and you begin
04 kid a
05 backdrifts
06 lucky
07 paranoid android
08 sail to the moon
09 fake plastic trees
10 we suck young blood
11 go to sleep
12 just
13 scatterbrain
14 the gloaming
15 idioteque
16 no surprises
17 there there ("This is a song about peace, love and whatever." ~ Thom)

Encore #1:
18 you and whose army?
19 the national anthem
20 myxomatosis
21 street spirit

Encore #2:
22 karma police
23 everything in its right place

No real suprises in the set, unfortunately. But, I am NOT going to complain. I am still in awe, and was annoying my friends still this morning with my hapiness.

The venue was lousy. Ain't no Red Rocks. And cell phone service was horrible (It is sooo sad how dependent we are on cell phones...I would have NEVER seperated from MBG and Hallelujah if I knew serivce was going to be so bad).

It is so funny how Thom is so smug with media folks, brushing them off. But, when he gets on stage - he is an attention-grabbing spaz. I loved it. He reminded me of Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) when he was playing with the mini camera on the piano.

I was directly in front of Mr. O'Brien (ed) for the whole show. He is a good looking fellow. He interacted with the people around me quite a bit. And then there was Colin Greenwood...he seemed so happy the whole night. Like a big freak, constantly smiling and clapping. He seems to really thrive off of the energy from the crowd. I wanted to find out wht was on Jonny's shirt.

Unbelievable show. I am so happy I get to do it all again in a week.
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I wish I could go....

the teardrops
the teardrops
the teardrops
the teardrops
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