Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

Theatre Antique - Vaison la Romaine, France
May 28, 2001
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National Anthem
Morning Bell
My Iron Lung
In Limbo
Packt Like Sardines in a Crushed Tin Box
No Surprises
Dollars and Cents
I Might Be Wrong
Pyramid Song
Karma Police
You and Whose Army
Paranoid Android
Everything in its Right Place

Knives Out
Climbing Up the Walls
Street Spirit
How to Disappear Completely

2nd Encore
Talk Show Host
The Bends
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There are 2 reviews for this show.

Submitted on: MAY 22, 2003 06:48:28

Just watched the show thanks to the wonders of the internet. Excellent show overall, good mixture of old and new stuff. Venue looked really nice - an old roman ampitheatre. Only notable absentee from the setlist was Fake Plastic Trees. Band were in good form, although Thom wasn't very talkative, he did mutter a few French phrases though. The show served as a nice teaser for Oxford! Only 40 days left :-)

Submitted on: MAY 22, 2003 06:48:49

I made the journey from London to the gig in Vaison-la-Romaine on Monday. I was in the unfortunate crowd last year waiting for the subsequently cancelled gig. The show was excellent. The venue is a classical roman ampitheatre with very steep terracing. The place was packed out to near capacity. The band came on as the entire sky was turning deep red with the setting sun. Opening with National Anthem, the crowd was straight away engrossed in the maginificent spectacle. The set list was diverse and original, as usual. Many songs were played for the first time in a while (Bullet Proof, the Bends etc) as well as some excellent renditions of the newer material. Idiotheque was a particularly superlative performance. Thom was on good form as was Colin, who kept gazing up in awe at the amazing site of the audience towering above the stage. The performance included two encores, the second of which included the crowd pleasing Talk Show Host, with a spectacular new lighting effect. A voice from the crowd was heard to shout 'Thanks for coming back!' in a strong French accent, a direct reference to last year's cancelled gig at the same site. After the show was over, and pockets of the audience were gathering in the town's numerous bars, I happened to come across two attendees from the US - a septegenarian retired US Navy Admiral and his son. The elderly gent had thoroughly enjoyed the show with its unique atmosphere. He was particularly keen to know what 'the guy on the right with his head down through the whole show twiddling with various boxes' was all about!

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