Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

Trocadero - Philadelphia, PA USA
April 11, 1996 with David Gray
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Submitted on: SEPTEMBER 06, 2003 21:20:24

I saw Radiohead at the Trocadero Theatre in Philly on April 11, 1996, just over seven years ago. It was one of my all time favorite concerts. I specifically remember that the show didn't sell out until the night of the show; this for a club that held probably 900-1000 people. The Bends hadn't created too much buzz yet, and I think a lot of people were there based on interest from "Creep." David Gray opened the show; he was very good. Radiohead came on to thunderous support, opening with "Bones." I don't remember too much about the setlist, except for the fact that I remember discussing with someone after the show that they played everything off Bends except "Sulk." For some reason, I also remember the B-side "Punchdrunk Lovesick Singalong." They certainly played "Anyone Can Play Guitar" and "Creep" from Pablo Honey, maybe "Blow Out" too. The highlight of the show was at the end. After about 1/3 of the crowd had already made their way to the door, Thom came back out on stage with the house lights on and said "This one's for [name]." He then played an acoustic version of "Killer Cars", one of my favorite Radiohead tracks.

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