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- Posted on Jun 11th 2010 7:00AM by Matt Glazebrook
At Brixton, the band performed a 26-song set that spanned their entire six-album career, working roughly backwards from opener, and 2008 single, 'Diamond Hoo Ha Men' to an encore of Britpop-era hit 'Alright' and their debut tune.
"It's been a pretty f--ing mental 17 years, or so, thanks for coming tonight," said frontman Gaz Coombes before the closing tracks. Aside from the songs, the performance also featured old public information films -- a reference to the group's late '90s gigs -- along with video montages of the recording process for their various albums.
The full setlist was as follows...
'Diamond Hoo Ha Man'
'Bad Blood' 'Outside'
'Rebel in You'
'Tales of Endurance (Parts 4,5 & 6)'
'Kiss of Life'
'Rush Hour Soul'
'Pumping on Your Stereo'
'In it for the Money'
'Late in the Day'
'Sun Hits the Sky'
'She's So Loose'
'Caught by the Fuzz'