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Radiohead

Discussion in 'Event Reviews' started by bucky, Aug 4, 2001.

  1. bucky

    bucky TRIBE Member

    sooo wonderful!! Thom is awesome and so is the rest of the band.. beautiful music the whole time.. I could just chill and listen to them perform for hours and hours and days... only other thing I could think of the whole time was "damn, it sure would've been sweet to party at Mekka in this place."

    and i can't believe they didn't charge to park!! that's a first!!!
     
  2. tella

    tella TRIBE Member

    last night, i re-fell in love with radiohead. almost every song they had gave me the chills. the stage and lighting were amazing! in my opinion, things like that really add to the mood and setting of a show. best 'diddy's' of the night were idioteque (thom's energy during this one was absolutely incredible), no surprises, paranoid android, lucky and the tourist. the bends got me thinking of times past. i would have liked to have heard fake plastic trees, black star, and killer cars.
    eitherway, the show was indeed beautiful and i left with thom's angelic voice etched in my mind.

    big up the dancing kru sitting in the back.....boo urns to 50$ tshirts.
     
  3. tella

    tella TRIBE Member

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    these pictures were taken during karma police. i was standing next to a really old man smoking a blunt. it was quite amusing.
     
  4. afterglow

    afterglow TRIBE Member

    i went, worried about not being able to beat the heat... but i did amazingly!

    i stood front row center, no one squished me up agasin't the fence, no body surfers in my way. it felt it was just me and radiohead.

    the ballads were orgasmic, the melodies have been forever re-sketched into my brain and heart.


    it was one of the most happiest 2 hours of my life NO DOUBT.

    i am speechless.
     
  5. deacon

    deacon TRIBE Member

    wow..all i can say is wow!

    i have always loved radiohead and last night is why..the lights, sounds, people, and the MUSIC was incredible.

    i have to tell everyone though that kid koala was so kickass that i couldn't believe it. he was creating magic before our eyes!

    only 3 people near us completely fell on their face or back due to the brilliance so thats a plus.

    thom was so animated when he sang and knew exactly what to do for the camera.

    radio head kicked ass..thats all!

    nick
    sonic state
     
  6. deacon

    deacon TRIBE Member

    wow..all i can say is wow!

    i have always loved radiohead and last night is why..the lights, sounds, people, and the MUSIC was incredible.

    i have to tell everyone though that kid koala was so kickass that i couldn't believe it. he was creating magic before our eyes!

    only 3 people near us completely fell on their face or back due to the brilliance so thats a plus.

    thom was so animated when he sang and knew exactly what to do for the camera.

    radio head kicked ass..thats all!

    nick
    sonic state
     
  7. air-bag

    air-bag TRIBE Member

    everybody's expecting my review huh?
    hold tight it's comming [​IMG]
     
  8. zoo

    zoo TRIBE Member

    review and pics later

    it was an experience
     
  9. ladyvyxen

    ladyvyxen TRIBE Member

    that concert was great, i was working so i couldn't stand there and watch the whole time but i could hear it from the tent. How was kid koala, i couldn't hear him at all and when i actually escaped to go watch he was done.... [​IMG]
     
  10. Cameron

    Cameron TRIBE Member

    It's difficult to put the performance into words, everyone who was there knows what I mean.


    They were unreal.
     
  11. Cameron

    Cameron TRIBE Member

    I almost fell over when they played Paranoid Android.
     
  12. outofcontrol

    outofcontrol TRIBE Member

    well it's good to know that everyone here got the same vibe as myself and friends...what a fucking amazing concert...and to think I wasn't going to go...
    my effin boss wouldn't let myself and 2 other friends get off early, so we ended up leaving london at 5:45...made it to Canada's Wonderland in an hour and a half...met up with other friends...entered the park, got food, as soon as we stopped in the stage area they came on...it was a beautiful thing...and to open with National Anthem....wow..

    it was pretty close to the best concert I've ever attended...just a hair down from Plant and Page...

    That sure did make my summer

    I actually thought I'd see more tribers there but only saw one...walked right by SUNKIST....

    cheers
     
  13. Nub!

    Nub! TRIBE Member

    I was supposed to go, but my asshole friend sold my ticket 2 days before the event.

    I casually asked when he wanted the money by for the ticket and the reply I received was "Uhh, we sold it already."

    So I sulked and ended up doing acid [​IMG]
    -=Nub=-
     
  14. zoo

    zoo TRIBE Member

    Betaband

    -good music
    -bad vocals
    -good percussion
    -bad vocals

    kid koala

    -fast hands
    -good selection of choonz
    -crazy rekkid mixing

    radiohead

    -in the mosh pit
    -being crushed
    -having time of life
    -tears forming during karma police
    -hyperventilation
    -heat, sweat, hot, ugh

    it was a good,
    fun, concert

    got a few pictures of thom yorke, a few of me

    the ones of radiohead are good
    the ones of me are not so good ;0)
     
  15. Stormshadow

    Stormshadow TRIBE Member

    Probably the best "rock show" I've seen Radiohead put on. Great lighting, video, and stage setup. And did anybody else notice how good the sound was? Crystal clear, and with enough power to make the whole grounds shake. Wow.
    It's good that they have a big enough catalogue now to put on a solid 2 1/2 hour show. Too bad they didn't play anything from Pablo Honey though.
    The tune of the night in my opinion was "Idioteque". The drums sounded so sweet pumped through that system, and it was fun to see Thom dancin'! I was dancing myself, couldn't help it. Johnny Greewood was a madman on the drum machine as well.
    Great to hear them play some classics like "My Iron Lung" and "The Bends" as well.

    The only thing I didn't like that night was the crowd. So damn quiet!!! It seemed like half the people there only came because, you know, liking Radiohead now is cool and trendy. It's just that I saw too many people just standing around staring without a reaction the whole show.
    Ah well.
    Overall it was fun. Can't wait till they comeback.
     
  16. *SiLver*RoBoT*

    *SiLver*RoBoT* TRIBE Member

    Whoever was moshing in the pit to RADIOHEAD -sucks. How the fuck can you mosh to such beautiful music?

    To everyone else that was there, was this the best Radiohead gig you've seen? Did anyone goto the gig a few years back in that small hall in London?

    *over*and*out*

    *SiLver*RoBoT*
     
  17. H2Whoa

    H2Whoa TRIBE Member

    LMAO! [​IMG]
    I was thinking the same thing.
     

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