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Suede Blast Bush Hall
Luke Turner , October 27th, 2010 20:15

The wonderfully transient Suede reunion continued tonight with the group's third UK gig in a while at Bush Hall in West London. Suede kept up the pace of the 100 Club and Royal Albert Hall shows earlier this year with a set whipped from their rather tasty records until A New Morning. Brett Anderson got sweaty, Neil Codling looked dishy, Mat Osman wafted, Simon Gilbert pounded and Richard Oakes would have silenced the Bernadettes if only they had been arsed to turn up. Brett Anderson went on a lot about things being "lovely" before introducing 'Pantomine Horse' saying "this is a song that isn't about being lovely". It all went off with something that looked a little like this:

Hollywood Life
Killing Of A Flashboy
Animal Nitrate
Pantomime Horse
My Insatiable One
Can't Get Enough
Everything Will Flow
The Asphalt World
So Young
Metal Mickey
The Wild Ones
New Generation
Beautiful Ones

To The Birds

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