Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

Hurricane Festival - Scheeel, Germany
June 22, 2003
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Setlist
1. there there
2. 2+2=5
3. morning bell
4. talk show host
5. lucky
6. scatterbrain
7. national anthem
8. the gloaming
9. where i end and you begin
10. pyramid song
11. no surpises
12. go to sleep
13. punchup at a wedding
14. i might be wrong
15. paranoid android
16. idioteque
17. everything in it's right place

1. Zugabe:
18. sail to the moon
19. climbing up the walls
20. street spirit

2. Zugabe:
21. just
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Reviews
There are 8 reviews for this show.

KERVIN:
Submitted on: JULY 20, 2003 16:50:06


'The first time is always special' was the word that kept repeating itself in my head after Sgur, a fellow Radiohead fan from Norway whom i got to know during the concert, commented on my over-estatical state after the Radiohead performance clearly potrayed through my beaming-with-overmuch-happiness face. It was the best night of my life! Since January this year when i was still in Indonesia and the fact that Radiohead will be playing in Germany, a country which i had decided to depart to for futher studies, was still a fact, i had planned and dreamed of being there and seeing for the first time of my life the heroes that i so loved. Fast forward and i was standing there watching another entertaining band 'The counting crows' playing. After that comes Underworld and then comes 'Wham! The big thing! i could feel that expectations were building up. There are Radiohead T-Shirts here and there. People are getting impatient. Then after around 1 hour of delay, guitars were getting readied, the lights are ready, Johnny's side of the stage are being filled with ridiculous looking instrument with wonderful effects. And like waking up in a dream to another dream, The drums was hit by Phil, Ed and Johnny and 'There there' opened up the best musical experience i have ever had. I don't remember if i cried. I remembered my throat was aching from all the singing along. I didn't feel the pain and sore of the day before as a result from watching Bjrk. All i remember was seeing Thom standing a few metres away from me. My head swirling with flawless music and a feeling of new life exploding out of myself. I think i cried. I do not have to go into how great they played, how well Thom's falsetto were, how incredible Johnny was at everything, how Ed looks like Goliath with his guitar, how Phil bounces and made me bounce and how unbelievable Phil was with his drums. It was all too much for me. My highpoint was during paranoid android, everything in it's right place, sail me to the moon and so on. It was magnificent. It was really special for me and to end with Just....
Thank you Radiohead. You've proven something very important to me.Continue to immerse our souls in your music.


GUNTHER WICHMANN:
Submitted on: JULY 23, 2003 11:10:44


Surprise: I was in the moshpit! Never thought I would have to say that about a Radiohead-gig. One great plus about that: the crowd really was enthusiastic, like hell! The band was in a great mood and did show it, Jonny jumping back on stage for encore No.1 and Thom smiling nearly all the time. It was really different, compared to the show in Berlin on September 11th 2001.
One big minus about that: The sound was ugly (standig in the front-rows). Nearly every song got swallowed by the bass-line, especially "Pyramid Song" and "Everything in Its Right Place".
Though, I really did enjoy that gig. Everyone was in high moods and sang along to nearly every note. It was ROCK ("Idioteque"!!!) and it did fit that festival and was the perfect end to me.
After all, to hear them rock out with "Just" for the 2nd and last encore was a great pleasure and showed that the band may have enjoyed that, too.
Thanks a lot, it was... it was... fun?! Odd


JAMES:
Submitted on: JULY 24, 2003 06:14:37


Absolutley stunning.....

The sound was perfect near the tower.
The connection the band had to the songs was magical.

Anyone got a set list ?


LUISA:
Submitted on: JULY 24, 2003 07:15:09


The most amazing concert I've ever seen. Guess I'll have to go to a few more RH concerts. I also went to the sept.11th one in Berlin, and in some strange way that was an amazing experience as well, but this one was just really unbelievably fantastic!! I was standing nearly at the front and I swaer Thom smiled at me at least once ;-) !
Song of the night was definitely Paranoid Android though I think for some reason Scatterbrain was just amazing, too. The whole show was totally WICKED, don't know how to describe it...
It occurs to me that if I died that night I would have died happy. Because I saw Radiohead in concert.


JOOST HILLRINGHAUS:
Submitted on: JULY 24, 2003 11:29:46


Ok, i was not in the moshpit, though in the middle of the crowd. The advantage of that circumstance: The sound was pretty fine. I had last seen Radiohead in june 2001 at the "Rock am Ring Festival" and was surprised the guys also laugh on stage - it seemed to me, compared to 2001, they really enjoyed the gig. There was almost no song missing except for some b-sides I would have loved to hear, but even the fact that they didn't play the so often heard "Karma Police" didn't make it a gig less glorious. "No surprises" and "Lucky" almost brought tears into my eyes. If any of you guys should take notice of this: THANK YOU for being there, I would have spent all the money to buy the moon to see you, and if I did, it would have been worth every penny.


ACIDHONGO:
Submitted on: AUGUST 02, 2003 08:32:55


A great festival, with bands like Coldplay, Sigur Ros, Goldfrapp, Bjork, Massive Attack, Underworld, and finally the best band in all universe: RADIOHEAD!!!
All the adventures of the travel from Mexico to Schessel only for the festival, all the fear and nerviosism, just fly away with the first song (There There)
Thanks to all the amazing Germany People, and congratulations! See you soon!


KERVIN:
Submitted on: AUGUST 09, 2003 02:34:50


'The first time is always special' was the word that kept repeating itself in my head after Sgur, a fellow Radiohead fan from Norway whom i got to know during the concert, commented on my over-estatical state after the Radiohead performance clearly potrayed through my beaming-with-overmuch-happiness face. It was the best night of my life! Since January this year when i was still in Indonesia and the fact that Radiohead will be playing in Germany, a country which i had decided to depart to for futher studies, was still a fact, i had planned and dreamed of being there and seeing for the first time of my life the heroes that i so loved. Fast forward and i was standing there watching another entertaining band 'The counting crows' playing. After that comes Underworld and then comes 'Wham! The big thing! i could feel that expectations were building up. There are Radiohead T-Shirts here and there. People are getting impatient. Then after around 1 hour of delay, guitars were getting readied, the lights are ready, Johnny's side of the stage are being filled with ridiculous looking instrument with wonderful effects. And like waking up in a dream to another dream, The drums was hit by Phil, Ed and Johnny and 'There there' opened up the best musical experience i have ever had. I don't remember if i cried. I remembered my throat was aching from all the singing along. I didn't feel the pain and sore of the day before as a result from watching Bjrk. All i remember was seeing Thom standing a few metres away from me. My head swirling with flawless music and a feeling of new life exploding out of myself. I think i cried. I do not have to go into how great they played, how well Thom's falsetto were, how incredible Johnny was at everything, how Ed looks like Goliath with his guitar, how Phil bounces and made me bounce and how unbelievable Phil was with his drums. It was all too much for me. My highpoint was during paranoid android, everything in it's right place, sail me to the moon and so on. It was magnificent. It was really special for me and to end with Just....
Thank you Radiohead. You've proven something very important to me.Continue to immerse our souls in your music.


SVETA:
Submitted on: SEPTEMBER 11, 2003 02:49:00


it was so unreal, that i even couldnt realize sometimes what songs i was listening and my set list was different :)) I thought it was The bends at the end and Puch up at the beginning :) now Im trying to live after my dream came true, its difficult, but i think I cought some desease, I was just normal fan before, now Im crazy dangerous fan. They are worth it, really.
the most interesting, they were singing all my favourite songs, such as Talk show ghost, Climbing up the walls etc, i didnt know, they had the same feeling to their music.
The only bad thing- there was no Myxomatosis :( Thanks to all who was around me. I have never seen so many people, who listen to the same music!!


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