Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

Coliseu dos Recreios - Lisbon, Portugal
July 24, 2002
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Setlist
There There
Punch Up at a Wedding
Myxomatosis
We Suck Young Blood
Go to Sleep
I Will
Sit down. Stand up
I Might Be Wrong
Morning Bell
Just
Exit Music
Dollars and Cents
The National Anthem
Lucky
Paranoid Android
Idioteque
Everything In Its Right Place

First Encore:
You and Whose Army
Talk Show Host
Where I End and You Begin
Pyramid Song

Second Encore:
Sail to the Moon
Karma Police
Show Notes
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Reviews
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ROARS/CATHY/CLARE:
Submitted on: MAY 24, 2003 18:42:25


The following is random notes taken by phone after the 3rd Lisbon gig.Any info below may or may not be true?it?s a ?brain storming after a gig? type thing ? so chill and enjoy.I accept no responsibility nor give a toss for incorrect or inaccurate information, but believe all to be true at time of violently typing this while listening to people gab details 2000 miles away?lol.

OK the info..


Ok full *correct* setlist?.100% sure tonight ;o)

There there
Punch up at a wedding
Myxomatosis [Thom wears a little keyboard guitar?and says before song ?don?t I look cool??someone shouted out ?Rolf Harris? and Thom said ?I don?t look like Rolf Harris? hehe]
We suck young blood [introduced song as ?this next song is a horror song, we suck young blood!!!?]
Go to sleep [before song, Thom said ?this one doesn?t have a name, and that?s not all it doesn?t have?. And no I?m not gonna tell you?]
I will [Thom introduced this song by saying ?this is not by the Beatles?]
Sit down stand up
I might be wrong
Morning bell [crowd doing flamingo hand claps start of song, Thom impressed said ?we should have had that when we recorded it]
Just
Exit music
Dollars and cents
National anthem
Lucky
Paranoid android
Idioteque [totally rocked tonight]
Everything in its right place(Thom sat down at organ to start song, started singing few lines, by himself before stating EIIRP, the Manics ?if you tolerate this, your children will be next?)


Encore 01
You and whose army
Talk show host
*new song* where I end and you begin [Jonny was on a moog, didn?t play guitar, Thom played black electric guitar.. cool new tune, little bit experimental, not very fast]
pyramid song


Encore 02
[crowd wicked tonight?singing Ole Ole Ole before they came on stage, band mimed kicking football around stage to every member]
Sail to the moon
Karma Police


After everything in right place, Thom walked along front row and shaked each persons hand ? really shakin' hands/looking at each person in eye?
3rd Lisbon was the best of the three.
No official merchandise, loads of bootleg t-shirts outside tho?


THIM:
Submitted on: MAY 24, 2003 18:42:53


For the ones that haven't been there, i'm going to be simple, why didn't u go???!! Really, everything was in the right place that night. Thom was electric and the rest of the band was performing the songs almost without any mistakes. The new songs seem very 80's inspired or i might be wrong on this opinion... i mean, the songs whispered sounds by bands like Talking Heads, Pixies, Japan, Joy Division, Autechre, etc.,etc. but the truth is that the new ones are amazing songs waiting to come out of the live performance into the Album format. The drums are constantly frenetic and the guitars still live on Radiohead's style of composition. The first impression is clearly positive (in my opinion). About the songs u already know, words are meaningless to what i've saw and heard in the Coliseum that night.
Simply astonishing! Hearing "paranoid android" and right after that "idioteque" (wich really rocked!!!) is a genius move to grab completely the audience by the hand (in this case, hands...). It was really hard to stop moving or dancing. Beeing a portuguese invidual and knowing that day that my country was the less developed one in the European Comunity, Radiohead's concert was like a blessing in need to overcome this notice. Thank U Thom, Ed, Phil, Colin and Jonny. Thank u very, very much...


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