Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut - Glasgow, Scotland
May 8, 1992
To correct venue, city, country, or date information, please email us.
Setlist
1. You
2. Prove Yourself
3. Inside My Head
4. Vegetable
5. Creep
6. Lurgee
7. Ripcord
8. How Do You?
9. Banana Co
10. Faithless, The Wonder Boy
11. Anyone Can Play Guitar
12. Pop Is Dead
13. The Bends
14. Million Dollar Question
15. Stop Whispering
16. Blow Out
Show Notes
There are no notes for this show
Reviews
There is one review for this show.

DES MCPAKE:
Submitted on: NOVEMBER 29, 2003 04:49:14


I didn't become a fan of Radiohead until I heard The Bends but I recall seeing this concert live at King Tut's, after a friend dragged me along. It was one of their first big gigs in Scotland and I remember Thom Yorke - peroxide hair extensions and all - acknowledging this, and seeming rather nervous about the whole affair. The Glasgow crowd weren't particularly receptive during the first few songs but eventually Yorke won them over with some friendly banter. Radiohead have obviously done better shows since then but I still look back on that concert with fond memories, knowing that I'd seen one of the world's best acts before any hype surrounded them. The acoustics weren't great, and the standout moment in my memory was when Yorke delivered "You" from Pablo Honey, and the whole place erupted into feedback when he reached for that agonising high note. I recall Prove Yourself, I Can't, Stop Whispering and Nothing Touches Me being played. I immediately took notice of Thom Yorke's unique vocals, their solid rhythm section and Jonny Greenwood's outstanding guitar riffs, and predicted big things from them. They have certainly delivered. Brilliant.


Click here to add your own review.

« go back