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Radiohead Live in Brisbane – Live Report

Radiohead Live in Brisbane – Live Report

Radiohead move on to Australia for their very last leg of their World Tour. At Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Boondall picked Lotus Flower as opener again, just like their Auckland show. Connan Mockasin opened for the band.

Here’s the full setlist:

01 Lotus Flower
02 Bloom
03 Airbag
04 The Daily Mail
05 Myxomatosis
06 The Gloaming
07 Separator
08 Reckoner
09 You & Whose Army?
10 Climbing Up The Walls
11 Nude
12 Staircase
13 There There
14 The National Anthem
15 Feral
16 Bodysnatchers

Encore #1
17 Give Up The Ghost
18 Pyramid Song
19 Morning Mr Magpie
20 Paranoid Android
21 Street Spirit

Encore #2
22 15 Step
23 Everything In Its Right Place
24 Idioteque

14 Comments

  • Amazing show! As a British expat living in brissy I thought my chances of seeing the band live again were over. I missed out on the initial ticket sales but got lucky with a friend coming good with two tickets last week. I have been lucky enough to see them at glasto, both in 97 and 2003, as well as many other shows in the UK and Amsterdam, so I knew what I was in for. The crowd were pretty quiet and static in places, but it didn’t dampen the evening. Thom was in great form as were the band, apart from a slight glitch in the middle if idioteque. Overall an amazing gig, just don’t leave it soooooo long before you return to Australia again boys!!

  • Agreed. A definite step up from Auckland.

  • My God, what a stunning set-list… Have no words. What a lucky chance for people who were there.. Oh…)

    • Yeaaah, my five years desperate waiting paid off big time. Spectacular show.

  • i’m in love with this setlist. Lucky, lucky people!

  • It was a privilege to be there. They’re a phenomenal band to watch live. Couldn’t have asked for a better set-list really.

  • I’m glad the people of Oceania are finally getting their dose of Radiohead. Enjoy!

  • Not just a great show either, the best crowd I’ve been in at a gig, everyone was just so happy to finally see them, every cheer was noticeably equal parts thank you and relief. I think that’s why the crowd was so quiet, it was like no one wanted to piss them off, it never really felt static.

  • Just to put any Melbournites at ease – Thom was in good spirits and didn’t appear to have the throat issues that plagued him at the Auckland show

  • Not gonna lie, their setlists are getting to be more and more of the same. Thom said he had a lot of new material to play live, but it seems they’ve been playing the same songs all tour.

  • Having seen them @ their last BNE show (1993?), they’ve grown in so many areas – yet remained ‘true to their word’ in many others. Each of the wonderful pieces of the setlist was its own artwork. Colours, Themes, Melody, Rhythm & the overall feeling helped each song be its own artwork.

  • It’s romantic. I wish I was there to participate

  • bon jovi, u2, eminem… now Radiohead.. I like the idea that these artists remain lovable to the audience. For me, they deserve the recognition of the public because they are among the pillars in the music industry. Good thing they are always visiting Brisbane. Great to know this.

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