Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Bootleg Heaven: Radiohead - Live in Warrington (2000)

Now this is a nice tape. On the biggest UK tour since the release of Kid A and the subsequent confusion of a large percentage of their fanbase, this gig sees Radiohead putting on a stunningly ace performance, mixing material from that album with then unreleased songs from Amnesiac, a rather random bside and even a Can cover. The new stuff sounds fucking great live, the old tracks sound great and not tooo out of place, and the crowd reaction is pretty great too. This set was broadcast on the 2nd October 2000 on BBC Radio One. I've transferred it from tape, and it sounds pretty good except for a slight glitch in the middle of Dollars And Cents where I had to splice two tracks together (oh the fun of turning over tapes whilst recording live performances!). Hope you like it!

Make sure to check back tomorrow night, as i'll be starting a series of posts previewing the forthcoming All Tomorrow's Parties festival curated by the wonderful Dirty Three, which, stunningly (the bill features Nick Cave, Low, Joanna Newsom, Cat Power, etc etc!) is still not sold out. Crazy.

Radiohead - 01 National Anthem (live)
Radiohead - 02 Morning Bell (live)
Radiohead - 03 Karma Police (live)
Radiohead - 04 In Limbo (live)
Radiohead - 05 Paranoid Android (live)
Radiohead - 06 Permanent Daylight (live)
Radiohead - 07+08 - Pyramid Song & Street Spirit (live)
Radiohead - 09 Climbing Up The Walls (live)
Radiohead - 10 Dollars & Cents (live)
Radiohead - 11 Lucky (live)
Radiohead - 12 Idioteque (live)
Radiohead - 13 Just (live)
Radiohead - 14 Everything In It's Right Place (live)
Radiohead - 15 Exit Music (For A Film) (live)
Radiohead - 16 The Thief (live)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You wanna be investing in a potable minidisc recorder, matey. Perfect. I got one in to a Wembley Arena gig, which included getting body-searched twice. I had it hidden in a box of ear-plugs held in my outstretched arms while the big burly bouncer frisked me. My how we laughed (quietly).

8:22 pm, April 18, 2007  
Anonymous Ido Schacham said...

Damn! This was played at the time by a radio station here in Israel. I also had it on tape and listened to it over and over and over again, what an awesome show. That tape has got to be somewhere in my house, but for some odd reason all the cassette players I have went kaput probably from lack of usage (anyone experience a similar phenomenon?). 10x for this great download!

10:06 pm, April 18, 2007  
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Anonymous Steve said...

Great gig - I was there - the first time I saw Radiohead! Thom showed his true sense of humour when he did Exit Music in the style of George Formby (look him up) who was born near Warrington.

4:17 am, April 23, 2007  
Anonymous Bryce said...

Ummmm.....did you remove these or something? It keeps saying "404 not found" or some crap. Hmmmm......that sucks. I really wanted to hear these.

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