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Tonight Austin’s Frank Erwin Center will be home to Radiohead as they continue their 2012 world tour. As usual, sound off in the comments if you will be attending.
Update: Setlist below:
02 Little By Little
03 The Daily Mail
04 Morning Mr. Magpie
06 The Gloaming
07 Kid A
08 The National Anthem
10 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
13 Lotus Flower
14 There There
18 These are My Twisted Words
20 Everything in its Right Place
21 Give up the Ghost
22 You and Whose Army?
23 Paranoid Android
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Radiohead taped an episode of Austin City Limits last night at the Moody Theater in Austin and we have the setlist for you. No word on when the show will air on TV, but we’re hearing October.
“Little By Little”
“Morning Mr. Magpie”
“The Amazing Sound of Orgy”
“Skirting on the Surface”
Tonight the band stay in Austin to play the Frank Erwin Center.
Update: Austinist has a review up of the taping.
It’s been announced that the Radiohead film/documentary detailing the band on their last tour, will have it’s cinematic release in the U.S. at the annual South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas. It will be held at the Austin Convention Center on March 20. After that various large cities around the U.S. will be carrying the film. I know that Chicago’s Music Box Theater will be running it on April 16 and 17 at the midnight showings. It will also be screened in limited engagements in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. If you know these dates, email me.
If you can’t make it to one of the theaters, don’t fret. On May 4 it will be released on video and DVD at your local record and video shop.
it has been confirmed that bjork will open for radiohead on March 12, 1998 in toronto, canada. they will be playing in toronto’s maple leaf gardens. no info on ticket sales yet.
just found out that radiohead will be playing in austin texas for their opening date in the US. i have no date or venue as of yet.
it has also been known that the band will be playing at this year’s Grammy awards on february 25, 1998. the show will air on CBS.
a poll conducted by UK’s Channel 4 of about 40,000 record buyers in the UK about the top 100 albums of all time is listed below:
1. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – The Beatles
2. The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses
3. Revolver – The Beatles
4. The Bends- Radiohead
5. What’s the Story (Morning Glory) – Oasis
6. Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd
7. Ok Computer – Radiohead
8. Nevermind – Nirvana
9. Astral Weeks – Van Morrison
10. The White Album – The Beatles