Radiohead in Kansas City

by Jonathan on March 13, 2012

Radiohead in Kansas City

Photo from flickr user AJ Riddle

Radiohead performed at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on Sunday night, playing to a sold out crowd. “Supercollider” and “How to Disappear Completely” were played for the first times on this tour.

In somewhat head-scratching news, the Westboro Baptist Church showed up to protest the concert. Written on their website was the following:

You have stolen the Word of God from your people and children, and as a sorry substitute, you prop up lightness and lies. You try to get the people to look at the nonsense and not at the wrath of God that abides upon them. “Look at the circus monkey over there and the fluffy setting, blah, blah…” Meanwhile, God is undoing this nation and effecting all of your lives, with the moth that quietly eats the very fabric of your national garment. Radiohead is just such an event. Freak monkey’s with mediocre tunes keeps you busy and focused by lightness. It changes nothing, God is undoing and digging up and throwing down this nation.

Whatever. Setlist and videos below:

01 Bloom
02 15 Step
03 Morning Mr. Magpie
04 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
05 All I Need
06 Pyramid Song
07 The Daily Mail
08 Supercollider
09 Nude
10 Identikit
11 Lotus Flower
12 There There
13 Feral
14 How to Disappear Completely
15 Reckoner

ENCORE:
16 Separator
17 Myxomatosis
18 Idioteque
19 Lucky
20 Everything in its Right Place

ENCORE 2:
21 Give up the Ghost
22 Paranoid Android

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  • Tits

    Westboro Baptist Church can go fuck themselves. Radiohead is the greatest live band to ever perform. This concert was insanely transcendental and took my expectations to the moon. If I saw that whore in person, I would personally punch her right in her filthy cunt. I love you, Radiohead.

  • Jeremy

    THIS SHOW WAS FUCKIN SIIIIIICCCCKKKKK…got like 6 full song vids…so amazing sold out…had to drive back to college right after, but it was completely worth it

  • Brinydeep2

    This show was beyond meaningful to me. I love everything these guys do… you either get it, or you don’t. Thanks.

  • cactuskicker

    So Westboro thinks Radiohead is too light and positive and optimistic…  It’s hard to argue with that, what with Radiohead being notorious for sounding like fluffy Disney tunes.  Whenever I’m feeling down I pop in No Surprises and let the sweetness of it distract my mind from scary things like gay people.

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