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Old 12-20-2011, 02:59 PM
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Thunder -- Nottingham, England -- December 20th, 2011

Venue: Rock City
Set times: 20:15-21:10 / 21:35-23:10

Everybody Wants Her (Acoustic)
Living For Today (Acoustic)
We Can Work It Out (Acoustic)
Everybody's Laughing (Acoustic)
Breakdown (Acoustic)
Come And Get It (Acoustic)
The Thrill of It All (Acoustic)
You Wear It Well (Acoustic)
You Are My Best Friend (Acoustic)
Once In A Lifetime (Acoustic)
Just Another Suicide (You Wanna Know) (Acoustic)
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Loser
The Devil Made Me Do It
Higher Ground
Castles In The Sand
Living For The City
Gimme Some Lovin'
Like A Satellite
Can't Keep A Good Man Down
Live And Let Die
Love Walked In
I Love You More Than Rock 'n' Roll
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A Better Man
Dirty Love
Merry Christmas Everyone
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Great set! Just another couple of songs from Laughing On Judgement Day would've been perfect.
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They always do a lot of covers at the Christmas shows. Expect similar tonight, albeit different songs.

But yes, they did favour later albums here. Which is fine by me, I've seen them enough in the last seven or so years that I've seen most of the stuff from the early albums.

I was slightly disappointed with the second half. The performance was first class, as always, but it was basically all the same songs they did at High Voltage in July, with a few additions due to longer time. I was hoping they'd have changed it up a bit more because I really didn't need to see extended versions of You Can't Keep A Good Man Down and Dirty Love for the 17th time.
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