Radiohead performing the song "All I Need" from the album [[In Rainbows]] on August 12, 2008
Here's the setlist via MTV News whose correspondent referred to it as "the second-best show Iâ€™ve ever attended":
â€œAll I Needâ€?
â€œThe National Anthemâ€?
â€œWhere I End and You Beginâ€?
â€œJigsaw Falling Into Placeâ€?
â€œClimbing Up the Wallsâ€?
â€œHouse of Cardsâ€?
â€œJust, Street Spiritâ€?
â€œEverything in its Right Placeâ€?
A YouTube fan video by krkst28 of Radiohead's Camden, NJ performance. This song being "The Bends".
In a followup to the Nissan Post Pavilion story, I'm happy to report that the I had a much greener experience more inline with the bands ecological message. They encouraged carpooling before the event and every car I saw had 2-4 people in it. Getting in was a bit delayed which seemed to caused by directing people to each spot individually, but leaving we had no problem and zipped right out of the parking lot.
You might also want to check out what some others in the blogosphere:
Radiohead: August 12th 2008 (Camden, NJ) ("Last nightâ€™s Radiohead setlist included none of their major radio hits; no High and Dry, no Karma Police, no Paranoid Android, no Creep. But then again, if youâ€™re just a casual radio fan, you have no place at a Radiohead concert.")
YOU BOTH LOOK INCREDIBLY HEALTHY - Radiohead Live, August 9th and 12th ("The National Anthem was great as always. I still can't get over how amazing the light show for that song is. That awesome candy apple red lighting with the red scribbles on the screen that dance and jump around like hairs stuck on the projector lens.")
Radiohead Comes Like A Comet In Camden ("The set list I expected to see was turned completely upside down. Radiohead weaved through a performance that showed no mercy and kept the crowd standing and dancing all night long.")
Radiohead Shares Meaning of Life with Camden Crowd ("And while I was taking a piss, they supposedly shared the meaning of life with the couple thousand fans in attendance.") No idea what he's talking about.
What it means to be Alive ("The set list itself was immaculately constructed and while personal highlights are too numerous to number my most vivid memory was their performance of No Surprises. Ironically enough, a song about ending your life in a carbon monoxide filled garage, by a band that specializes in feelings of alienation and depression, brings about a greater understanding of what it means to be alive.")
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