Radiohead performed their first hit ‘Creep’ for the first time since 2009 last night in Paris.

‘Creep’ was from the first Radiohead album ‘Pablo Honey’ in 1993. While the song was a hit, the album wasn’t. Radiohead reacted by not playing the song at their shows in a deliberate attempt to focus the audience on other songs from their album.

In 1998 the song was completely dropped from their setlist and did not reappear until 2001. Then in 2008 Prince played ‘Creep at Coachella and suddenly Thom Yorke was okay with it again.



Radiohead performed the song often on their 2009 tour but then dropped it from all of the ‘In Rainbows’ shows.



Radiohead setlist May 23, 2016, Paris:

Burn The Witch (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Daydreaming (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Decks Dark (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Desert Island Disk (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Ful Stop (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Lotus Flower (from The King of Limbs, 2011)
The National Anthem (from Kid A, 2000)
My Iron Lung (from The Bends, 1995)
No Surprises (from OK Computer, 1997)
Bloom (from The King of Limbs, 2011)
Identikit (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
The Numbers (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Seperator (from The King of Limbs, 2011)
The Gloaming (from Hail To The Thief, 2003)
Everything In The Right Place (from Kid A, 2000)
Idioteque (from Kid A, 2000)
Bodysnatchers (from In Rainbows, 2007)

Encore 1
True Love Waits (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Present Tense (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Paranoid Android (from OK Computer, 1997)
Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief (from A Moon Shaped Pool, 2016)
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (from In Rainbows, 2007)

Encore 2:
Creep (from Pablo Honey 2001)
Pyramid Song (from Amnesiac, 1993)

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