13 juillet 1993, Hollywood, The Palladium
Une review du 15 juillet 1993 par Ethlie Ann Vare
If their single defines Radiohead as the prototypical art school band (â€œangst music for angst people,â€ as they themselves say), their live show is far more aggressive. Less Cure, more Cult. Much of the material sounds suspiciously like early â€™80s power pop run through the Distort-O-Master.
Fronted by elfin Thom E. Yorke and boasting three (count â€˜em) guitar players, Radiohead tore through a 30-minute collection of potential singles â€” none up to the level of â€œCreep,â€ which really is the best song Peter Murphy never recorded.
source : variety.com/1993/legit/reviews/pj-harvey-radiohead-1200432761/
et une autre revue de la prestation de radiohead dans The Hollywood Reporter, le 15 juillet Ã©galement, par Marc Pollack :
With the exception of « Creep, » Radiohead songs — like « You » and « Vegetable » from their Capitol debut « Pablo Honey » — certainly come across better on record. The band’s often mellower material just doesn’t carry live. However, the slashing guitar in the song « Creep » does show marks of brilliance.