Things got a little throw off track when more people than expected turned up (surprise!) at Rough Trade East for Radiohead’s smallest gig in forever. So the popo had the band move find a slightly larger place and move the fun to 93 Feet East (name of the venue, not how far the gig was moved). Take the virtual tour of the room here to get appropriately, hysterically jealous, and then enjoy the entire show via this YouTube playlist which houses the band’s, front-to-back retelling of In Rainbows (followed by an encore that had Thom solo on “Up On The Ladder” and the full band for “You And Whose Army?,” “The National Anthem,” “My Iron Lung,” and “The Bends”). Sound quality’s great, and if you weren’t already thankful to be living in or near one of these cities, now you are.

Comments (8)
  1. Chris  |   Posted on Jan 17th, 2008 0

    Hell fuck yeah. There are limbs I would give up to be in a room that small with that band. Wonderful gig.

  2. keaton  |   Posted on Jan 17th, 2008 0

    you know they love playing the new stuff live, its great. aside from a few douche bags thats a damn good recording. my ipod would greatly like the mp3

  3. Thanks for sharing, Radiohead and Stereogum.

    Mucho appreciatedo.

    See you in Houston!

  4. Lockhart  |   Posted on Jan 17th, 2008 0
  5. Anonymous  |   Posted on Jan 17th, 2008 0

    That dickhead during Nude was hilarious


    it was amazing, very imtimate.

    thanks again Radiohead for one of the memeorable nights of my life!

  6. Amy23Brown  |   Posted on Jan 17th, 2008 0

    I love Radiohead, thanks for this post. They are AMAZING! Another band that I got to see live during a visit to Sweden is The Confusions. Has anyone else heard of them? They remind me of Radiohead meets The Beatles. Brilliant music. Check them out at

    Thanks again for this post!


  7. one thing I enjoyed about this show was the mix: Ed’s vocals are up really high — I had never really paid much attention, but he’s a pretty good backup singer

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