Saturday, May 10, 2008

Radiohead Setlist Charlotte, NC 5/9/08 - Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre

Here's the unofficial setlist from last night's Radiohead show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre:
Radiohead 5/9/08 Charlotte, NC Set List

Set 1: All I Need, There There, Airbag, 15 Step, Nude, Sail to the Moon, Weird Fishes/Apreggi, Myxomatosis, Idioteque, Morning Bell, Videotape, Optimistic, Where I End and You Begin, You and Whose Army?, Everything in Its Right Place, Bangers & Mash, Bodysnatchers

Encore 1: Go Slowly, Talk Show Host, Exit Music, Planet Telex, House of Cards

Encore 2: Paranoid Android, Reckoner
Stay tuned for a review, pics, and videos.

Previous Radiohead Setlists:
5/8/08 Atlanta
5/6/08 Tampa
5/5/08 West Palm Beach

And stay tuned for set list info for upcoming shows in Bristow, VA, St. Louis, MO, Houston, TX, and Dallas, TX.

18 comments:

Jonny said...

great show

Geigus said...

Extremely great show.

Nasty said...

My whole body aches, definately the best band in the world

Anonymous said...

Best set list of all four shows. If only they played this set in West Palm, I would have died a happy man.

Bobby said...

amazing set/show. Kinda sets me for disappointment because I'm going to see them again tomorrow. And how can they top this?! That's right...its Radiohead.

Matt, the Credit Union Warrior said...

Amazing sound last night. It was truly an honor to see that show.

Anonymous said...

Being caught up in all the excitment and getting scared that I would get kicked out for having a camera, I decided not to bring. Even though the ticket said "no professional cameras." I def say a lot of people with camera, anyone know where I could find some good pictures of the show. Or bootlegs?

Anyway, first time seeing them live and I was absolutely amazed...wish I could go to a few more shows.

Anonymous said...

Truly amazing show! We saw them for their last tour, which was THE BEST SHOW we'd ever seen. This one last night, of course, way topped that one. They are unbelievable, and really seemed to be blown away from all the love from the fans. If you can't get good tix, it's worth it to pay a broker so that you can see them up close. We got lucky, however, and didn't have to go that route.

Anonymous said...

Oh and by the way - hippies do love radiohead. At least the smart ones.

Anonymous said...

Lord... I can't wait one more week for Houston!!! It's gonna be a glorious day.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic...second row behind the pit. Absolutely blew me away.

Anonymous said...

My first Radiohead show and it exceeded all expectations. On the way there, passing through Kannapolis, my friends and I drove through a downpour and emerged on the other side to see a brief but almost neon-bright double rainbow. We took it as a good omen of things to come. Loved the song selection, and especially dug their Obama shoutout to NC before "Sail to the Moon." Funniest moment: TY's flirtacious eyeball antics during "You and Whose Army?"

Tremendous storms cropped up in the area during the show, with a huge pitch-black black cloud hovering over the stadium for the first hour, although only a sprinkling of rain ever came down. The pink cloud-to-cloud lightning overhead was pretty spectacular, and went well with the band's brilliantly-hued light show. Their sound was tight, and everyone seemed to be having a great time -- TY even asked everyone in the crowd to hold still for 20 seconds so they could take a picture!) A must-see and hear show, if you can get tickets!

Anonymous said...

Did anyone see the shooting star or meteor or whatever the heck it was during the first encore? Nice.

Anonymous said...

Saw it! So did a bunch of my friends on the lawn behind us! Great show! As others have said, saw them in MD last tour. I thought that was the best show ever, but this one topped it! Helped that I didn't have to drive to MD this time. But I would drive wherever to see them again!

jessica said...

i saw the shooting star!

086431 said...

The show was enchanting--as expected. But what is up with all the dumb assholes talking on cell phones and trying to take pictures from three miles away. If you are going to bring in a digital camera--PLEASE--cover up the back so others don't have to be distracted. The guy in front of me was browsing through his whole (digi)photo album trying to find pictures not worthy of keeping so he can take more pictures not worthy of keeping. He looked at me like I was crazy, when I told him, "I really like your pictures, but can I look at them AFTER the show." At least he and his girlfriend got up and left. Technology gives us Radiohead and jerk-offs. It's a fair trade-off, I guess.

noname said...

Yo Yo!!!!

We parked and partied with you guys at the Charlotte Radiohead show! Glad I found ya again

Good stuff here

~James
myspace.com/~itsthejames

Unknown said...

I did. I was there. That was the best show ever. The clouds, star, and radioheaad. Love that someone mentioned this!