Verizon Wireless AmphitheaterFriday, May 09, 2008
- 1. All I Need
- 2. There There
- 3. Airbag
- 4. 15 Step
- 5. Nude
- 6. Sail To The Moon
- 7. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
- 8. Myxomatosis
- 9. Idioteque
- 10. Morning Bell
- 11. Videotape
- 12. Optimistic
- 13. Where I End and You Begin
- 14. You And Whose Army?
- 15. Everything In Its Right Place
- 16. Bangers 'n' Mash
- 17. Bodysnatchers
58HOURS MEMBERS AT THIS SHOW: 58
hcoohc03, dudy, Madam Curie, akid45, pulpintro, joseagustinu, Evanader321, Evanader321, le, csm2840, mcsamcp, phishe420, halah, Kitty, mozzy, lex_young, mela, bchules, masuther, rronan, coogan, Chat, joegilligan, leifdog22, MadreHadaMoska, fan_A, emgill, Swigman, SniperEX, beaucolburn, FriedNaiveFog, hyniemo, ruddtherudd, xera, clifwith1f, bobisphat, tenacious z, Kiddae, dstee009, DjROLBE, mulden, kent241, Arianna, guccililpiggy, jlivecchi, legendary41, kupfer21, neblik, juicerjackmouth3, wbarry770, calabrew08, rittlelowboat, Stoneradioprogram, stoorshelby, firstname.lastname@example.org, aerofishy, ctp4859, tampatrader,
Six Words...WHERE I END AND YOU BEGIN!!!!!!!! Truly amazing show. I wish I could blow many thousands of dollars so that I may see them at every show.
submitted by: Alan Welch
7:33 PM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, September 17, 2008
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.
submitted by: glen burnie
9:02 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 14, 2008
The show was great...and didn't seem short at all. The traffic was indeed HORRENDOUS! We drove up an exit to get gas (we were on dead empty and didn't feel like pushing our car to the show) and then hit it from the opposite direction, but it turned out the theatre parking was right there, so there was no need to turn around. We entered the back of the amphitheatre right as the first few notes were played. There definitely needs to be a better system for parking. Our seats were in the back of the reserved, but we made it down half way and entered in on the side (stage left) Until we moved more central, I thought the sound was kind of weak (but I think they didn't have the speakers pointed outward). I'll agree; The lights were great. But NOWHERE NEAR a Chris Koruda powered light spectacle ala PHISH! I walked up front after the crowd cleared out to get a better look at what the lighting devices were. They pretty much looked like linked fluorescent tubes from where I was sitting, but upon closer inspection (and not trying to get tossed) I saw that they were some type of metal or plastic with indentations on the side. As for the music...once we moved more central, it sounded great. The band was having fun and seemed generally excited to be back out on tour. As usual, the bass lines were incredible and a little funk had me groovin'. I would have loved to have seen another show or two, but sadly I am now working for the man and vacations are hard to come by. MEZMIRIZING!
submitted by: ac
8:47 AM [US Pacific time], Wednesday, May 14, 2008
awesome show i was right at the very front in the pit...i am too sad that it is over hoping to catch them on the second leg of the us tour, where i end and you begin was my fave
submitted by: heddie
4:28 PM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Great Show, but traffic was unacceptable. It took us 2hours to get into the lot and 1.5 hour to get out...we missed the first 2 songs because of it...did anybody else think the show was kinna short?
submitted by: Joel
10:14 AM [US Pacific time], Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Great show. The band was in top form and the added light show from the passing storm made for a memorable evening. The new album comes off well live. The Talk Show Host into Exit Music was pretty special. Good crowd and vibe.
submitted by: aroach
6:35 PM [US Pacific time], Monday, May 12, 2008
So good I had a hard time sleeping the next 2 nights. They really know the energy of their fans and know how to mix up the song selection in order to please everyone. I would kill to see them again soon!!!
submitted by: Colin Allen
10:48 PM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 11, 2008
Absolutely the greatest light and visual show ever! I felt like I was playing Simon all night!
submitted by: dru
1:03 AM [US Pacific time], Sunday, May 11, 2008
Was in the pit with only about 500 people or less, the whole place was about 20,000 people. Thom was energetic and they played Sail to the Moon for NC for voting for Obama or at least that was my take. Great show wish I could seem them again on this tour cause the In Rainbows stuff is really good live.
submitted by: Banks Smither
4:35 PM [US Pacific time], Saturday, May 10, 2008
GREAT SHOW!! caught them two years ago at Bonnaroo. The light show was phenomenal as well as the lightning going on in the sky. It rained when the sky was actually clear. Sail to the Moon and Morning Bell were fantastic to hear but I never expected to hear 4 out of 7 album-opening songs in one night. THANKS!
submitted by: jml
4:24 PM [US Pacific time], Saturday, May 10, 2008