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Radiohead live in Kansas City – Live Report

Radiohead live in Kansas City – Live Report

Radiohead are playing in Kansas City tonight as part of their The King Of Limbs tour.

The show at the Sprint Center is the eighth show of the tour. It’s getting old now, but here’s the plan: Other Lives on around 7:30 pm, Radiohead around 8:45. An hour earlier due to Daylight Savings Time. Updates below and via @RadioheadLive on Twitter.

And we’re off in Kansas City, complete with a protest by the Westboro Baptist Church who referred to Radiohead as “freak monkey’s with mediocre tunes” [SIC obvs]. Check out a photo of the protest here. In non-psycho news, Thom is not wearing red pants tonight.

Setlist
01 Bloom
02 15 Step
03 Morning Mr Magpie
04 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
05 All I Need
06 Pyramid Song
07 The Daily Mail
08 Supercollider (tour debut)
09 Nude
10 Identikit (with false start)
11 Lotus Flower
12 There There
13 Feral
14 How To Disappear Completely (tour debut)
15 Reckoner

16 Separator
17 Myxomatosis
18 Idioteque
19 Lucky
20 Everything In Its Right Place

21 Give Up The Ghost
22 Paranoid Android

We’re hoping this live stream will be active tonight but you never know.


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Listen to the tour debut of Supercollider below.

31 Comments

  • You guys are awesome…love at ease and green plastic…yall make it feel like we are on the tour with them…

  • Happiest thoughts those at the show…hoping its as amazing as St. louis!

  • daily mail FTW, can’t wait to see that ish in Cleveland.

  • Westboro Fucking Baptist Church strikes again. LOL!

  • Damn….how to disappear completely ?? Jealous!!

  • Hey atease! Why you stopped updating the tour songs list…? Just askin’..

  • Is there anything WBC won’t protest?

  • [...] Before playing the song,  singer Thom Yorke introduced it by saying: “Basically, you probably don’t know it, but you will once we’ve finished it, in 5 minutes.” Upon announcing the name of the song, a woman close to the person who taped the recording can be heard, having what may or may not have been a seizure. Listen below (via At Ease): [...]

  • Hopefully their was a sound curfew tonight or they’ll be playing 18 song sets by the time they get to Seattle. Either way, stoked theres a chance I’ll hear HTDC.

  • Just want to point out this wonderful feature article by the NYTimes on Jonny!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/11/magazine/jonny-greenwood-radioheads-runaway-guitarist.html?_r=1&ref=music

    Pretty awesome when a respectable newspaper does a great writeup on favourite guitarist

  • this show was so great. when i got there and saw the “god hates fags” signs right in front of the sprint center i got pretty worried. those people are pretty messed up. they should have saw radiohead, that would have made them happy.

  • Nigel Godrich posted a photo this morning showing The Westbro Baptist Church protesting outside the Kansas City show. Not sure what a right-wing, passive-aggressive, homophobic and xenophobic cult have got against Radiohead exactly. Did anyone go up and ask them?

  • Ps: Really good to see HTDC was played. Hoping to hear this in London, later this year.

  • [...] [via At Ease] [...]

  • Can’t wait to see them in Belgium ! I made a spotify playlist with a mix of their 2012 tour setlists (and some more) :

    http://open.spotify.com/user/maanic/playlist/3ZtGLSsUTo9ewgFrfdpTOf

    Enjoy !

  • [...] Radiohead At Ease points out that Radiohead‘s concert this weekend in Kansas City, Missouri was met with protesters from the Topeka, Kansas hate group Westboro Baptist Church.   Electronic ← Eelke Kleijn – Live @ Loop Stage, Lima, Peru – 10-03-2012 [...]

  • [...] Kansas City, reprising their familiar role (I think those are even the same signs!). According to At Ease Web, the ever-disgusting presence issued a mandate on their website justifying the protest, a screed [...]

  • [...] ‘God Hates Fags’ signs, the church seemed to be picketing Radiohead because they are “freak monkey’s with mediocre tunes”. From its website: Meanwhile, God is undoing this nation and effecting all of your lives, with the [...]

  • [...] Radiohead concert in Kansas City, Missouri.WBC posted a statement on their website, according to At Ease Web, letting people know exactly why they were wasting their time at a Radiohead show.You have stolen [...]

  • [...] met with protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church. According to Radiohead’s own website, At Ease, a note on the Westboro website about the protest referred to Radiohead as “freak monkeys [...]

  • [...] Radiohead At Ease reports, the hate group picketed outside the group’s concert with vitriolic signs, slamming [...]

  • [...] Radiohead At Ease reports, a hatred organisation picketed outward a group’s unison with sarcastic signs, [...]

  • [...] to the band’s site At Ease Web, the ever-disgusting presence issued a mandate on their website justifying the protest, a screed [...]

  • [...] Radiohead At Ease reports, the hate group picketed outside the group’s concert with vitriolic signs, slamming [...]

  • [...] It changes nothing, God is undoing and digging up and throwing down this nation." Radiohead live in Kansas City – Live Report __________________ Love you Bullet Bear!! "Sometimes, in madness resides genius" [...]

  • I think the setlists on this tour are getting better and better with this one by far being the best.

  • I think the setlists on this tour are getting better and better with this one by far being the best.

  • followthemaround really takes you along on this tour

  • The KC show was fantastic. The first encore alone was worth our 450 mile journey from Minneapolis. It was my fifth time seeing them since 2001. They just keep getting better. The second drummer adds a great deal to them live. I did say something to those idiot protesters and they responded in a very Un Christian way. Thanks Radiohead, you’re the Best. Mike

  • [...] Radiohead At Ease is reporting the hate group picketed outside the concert with hurtful signs, attacking the British group with homophobic slurs and saying God was “their enemy.” [...]

  • Me and my friend drove from Chicago to see Radiohead in KC. The show was crazyyyy!!!!!! I wish I could have a video recording from the whole show..and audio of course

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