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Radiohead live at the Quarry of St Triphon – Live Report

After nearly two months off the road, Radiohead are back on stage tonight in Switzerland. The band are playing a pretty unique venue – the Quarry of St Triphon in the Canton de Vaud. Tonight’s show is the first of the rescheduled European shows that were canceled earlier this summer after the accident in Toronto.

Tonight’s lineup includes both Caribou and Four Tet so it should be a great night. We’ll do our best to bring you the selist live but it might be a bit difficult today. We’ve also recently updated the 2012 Tour Songs page to include every show of the year; check it out if you’re a stat nerd. And, as always, follow us at @RadioheadLive for all the latest setlist info.

Unfortunately, Four Tet had to cancel tonight but Thom stepped in and DJ’d for a while.

01 Lotus Flower
02 Bloom
03 15 Step
04 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
05 Kid A
06 Morning Mr Magpie
07 There There
08 The Gloaming
09 Separator
10 Pyramid Song
11 Nude
12 Staircase
13 Paranoid Android
14 Feral
15 Little By Little
16 Idioteque
17 Give Up The Ghost
18 Climbing Up The Walls
19 The Daily Mail
20 Myxomatosis
21 Reckoner
22 Identikit
23 Everything In Its Right Place

Earlier in the day the band soundchecked the following (some were very brief): A Wolf At The Door, Morning Bell, IMBW, Twisted Words, Airbag, Supercollider, Ful Stop, Skirting On The Surface, CUTW, Telex, Talk Show Host, Lotus Flower.

Thanks to hasan for that info.

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  • What time does this start EST?

  • these set lists arent my favorite, but if they are happy playing them then its ok. excited to see them play in berlin. most excited to see staircase live, and any other new track.

  • Apparently (from what I can see on tumblr) they went back to the original light show, which is great news! Nice set, and that can be said of any set that includes CUTW.

    • what song is CUTW?

    • 18 Climbing Up The Walls maybe?
      CUTWeird Fishes/Arpeggi

  • After 1 hour walk from their parking place to enter the concert, we had to wait another hour just to buy fake money food tickets in order to wait another 30-45 mins to get food.
    We didn’t get to that point, as the concert started as we (as hundreds of others) were still waiting to buy food tickets. The organisation was disgraceful.
    It’s close to a ripp-off, seriously. (It was co-organised by Montreux-Jazz festival and Caprices Festival)

    But of course, the show from Radiohead was great, as usual !

  • This was an AWFUL concert – organisation a disaster. Many people like me, facing hours to get in and out, missing the first few songs. Parking was miles away requiring buses, OK on arrival but queues of thousands afterwards trying to get on to just a few buses in total darkness – this was an accident waiting to happen – shame on you Caprice and MJF.
    The setlist was up their own arses – good for a balmy relaxed summers evening, but terrible for a cold mud drenched joke of a venue.
    RH are good to the lyrics of Idioteche – Take the money and run, take the money and run

  • Correction: the first encore song (number 17) was Give up the ghost.
    Amazing concert from RH alone. The organization was really really awfull, showing the worse of the swiss obsession with stupid and unrealistic rules.
    I could only get there in time because I broke almost all of them. Luckily Radiohead rules and they kick-ass at every single show!

  • Couldn’t agree more with TakeTheMoneyAndRun. The organisation was disgraceful, an utter shambles which destroyed the concert experience, the worst I’ve seen in 30 years of concert going. And Radiohead need to share the blame for that since they chose Caprice and didn’t manage them properly. The venue of a disused quarry never previously used for a gig of any sort never mind for 20,000 was extremely self indulgent and naive. There are plenty of large proven gig sites in this area of Switzerland that could have been used. Radiohead owe a duty of care to their fans who are paying Fr 115 per ticket, and spending may hours travelling to see them and who patiently accepted the postponement of the original July date, to provide not only a good show but a also good concert experience. After a 40 minute walk, a 30 minute queue to get in, an hour queue to buy tickets for food and a 10 minute queue to get the food, the gig was already 30 minutes old and the four of us felt so totally hacked off that we would have preferred to go home than to watch the gig. Shame on you Caprice and shame on you Radiohead for not being more realistic in choice of venue and for not properly vetting and managing your promoters. Where’d you park the car indeed.

  • EIIRP opening was UNRAVEL by bjork!!!

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