November 28, 2003 11:33

OLD SONG CREEPS BACK IN!

The band play the song during their second night at London Earl's Court...

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RADIOHEAD treated their LONDON fans to ’CREEP’ last night (November 27) – the first time they’ve played the song on home soil in two years.

The band are currently on a stadium tour of the UK in support of their current album ’Hail To The Thief’. They played the song, which has been occasional played mid-set on this year's jaunt, at London Earl’s Court on the second night of their shows there.

It is the first time the band have played the song in the UK since their homecoming gig at Oxford South Park in 2001. Elsewhere in the set the band played ‘lost’ song ’Follow Me Around’, which was written around the time of ’OK Computer’, as well as other classics like ’Paranoid Android’ and ’No Surprises’.

The band played:
‘There There’
‘2+2=5’
‘Sit Down. Stand Up’
‘Where I End And You Begin’
‘Lucky’
‘Backdrifts’
‘I Might Be Wrong’
‘Myxomatosis’
‘Creep’
‘Paranoid Android’
‘Go To Sleep‘
‘Sail To The Moon’
‘No Surprises’
‘The Gloaming’
‘Just’
‘Exit Music (For A Film)’
‘Idioteque’
‘Like Spinning Plates’
‘The National Anthem’
‘A Punch-Up At A Wedding’
‘How To Disappear Completely’
‘We Suck Young Blood’
‘The Bends’
‘Follow Me Around’
‘Everything In Its Right Place’

The band continue their UK and Irish tour throughout November and early December, ending in Dublin on December 4.

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