Sunday, 15 October 2017

Radiohead [2001.09.11] Black Tuesday (Berlin, Germany)




Radiohead
'Black Tuesday'
Kid A/Amnesiac Tour : Third Leg
Parkbuehne Wuhlheide
Berlin, Germany
Tuesday September 11th, 2001


Excellent Audience Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

https://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-Black-Tuesday/release/8658746
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/radiohead/2001/parkbuhne-wuhlheide-berlin-germany-3bd6ece0.html

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01 The National Anthem
02 Hunting Bears
03 Morning Bell
04 My Iron Lung
05 Karma Police
06 Permanent Daylight
07 Climbing Up The Walls
08 No Suprises
09 Dollars & Cents
10 Airbag
11 Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box
12 Fake Plastic Trees
13 I Might Be Wrong
14 Pyramid Song
Disc 2:
“So who here doesn’t know about it? Everybody knows what I’m talking about? Don’t know what I’m talking about? Know about the airplanes in America? … That’s why things are little bit mute tonight. I’m sorry about that. This is called ‘Paranoid Android…'”
01 Paranoid Android
02 Idioteque
03 Everything In Its Right Place
04 Like Spinning Plates
05 Lucky
06 You And Whose Army
07 How To Disappear Completely
08 Talk Show Host
09 Streets Spirit

"So who here doesn’t know about it?" he asks apprehensively after finishing a breathless Pyramid Song from the Amnesiac album.

"Everybody knows what I’m talking about?" There’s silence for a response.

"Dunno what I’m talking about? You don’t know about the aeroplanes in America? You don’t know…" his voice trails and someone shouts out "shit" with the force of a fullstop.

"Somebody tell ‘em," retorts Yorke with no anger.

"I’ll tell ya. Well I can’t remember it all now… two… two jets... two ahhh… three… I dunno I’ve lost count… four jets? How many?" he turns to guitarist Ed O’Brien who tells him it is four.

"Four jets," Yorke continues, "One crashed into the Pentagon. Two crashed into the World Trade Centre. One got shot out the sky by the Americans…" he turns to O’Brien, "You’re saying it crashed as well?"

The crowd has taken all this quietly and now someone hollers "bullshit" much like the legendary "Judas" exclamation that got Dylan going in ’66 at the Manchester Free Trade Hall. But tonight there’s a great sadness in Radiohead’s performance.

"So… that’s why, y’know, things are a little mute tonight," Yorke apologises.

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