British art-rock band Radiohead closed out its American tour on Wednesday night at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden.
The Thom Yorke fronted sextet played for just over two hours, opening with "Bloom" from last year's The King Of Limbs and closing it out with "Everything In Its Right Place" from their career shifting 2002 album Kid A.
The light show, featuring a wall of bulbs built from 14000 recycled plastic bottles, was spectaculaly sharp, and the band sounded pretty darn good as well.
The set list is below. Thanks to my colleague Dan Rubin and my pal Jonah for their assistance. It takes an Inquirer columnist and an MIT student to compile a Radiohead set list.
(There was some debate in my section whether the eighth song was In Rainbow's "Last Flowers To the Hospital" or Amnesiac's "Like Spinning Plates." If I'm wrong, feel free to call me an idiot, or perhaps an "Idioteque," in the comments section.)
Bloom / There There (The Boney King Of Nowhere) / Kid A / Morning Mr. Magpie / The Gloaming (Softly Open Our Mouths In The Cold) / Separator / Lucky / Like Spinning Plates / Identikit / 15 Step / Nude / Lotus Flower / Paranoid Android / Feral / Little by Little / Idioteque
First encore: Give Up The Ghost / Staircase / I Might Be Wrong / Bodysnatchers
Second encore: House of Cards / Reckoner / True Love Waits > Everything In Its Right Place
A full review will be up online on Thursday, and in Friday's Inquirer.