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Live Preview: Future MusicFestival 2013

What can you expect when Bloc Party, The Prodigy, Stone Roses, Dizzee Rascal, Azealia Banks and fun. arrive for Future Music Festival in March? To help get you well and truly primed, we’ve put together a live preview featuring set-lists, live footage and our first-hand reports.

The Stone Roses

WHAT TO EXPECT
We haven't seen the Stone Roses in Australia since 1995, but the legendary band’s return to the live circuit after a 16-year absence has been met with glowing reviews. After making their return in front of 240,000 fans in Manchester, Stereogum declared that the extended versions of 'Fools Gold' and the climax of 'I Am Resurrection' were “undeniable” highlights. “It proved that the years of incommunicado hadn’t eroded the rhythmic connection that made the Stone Roses the legends they once were, and, on the strength of Saturday’s show, seem to be becoming all over again.”

“We’ve still got it,” the band’s singer Ian Brown emphatically told the massive crowd, and The Guardian agreed, noting that the band had that indefinable something. “Whatever ‘it’ is – something intangible that turns the natural order of a live show on its head – the Stone Roses are definitely in possession.”

LIKELY STONE ROSES SET LIST
I Wanna Be Adored
Mersey Paradise
(Song for My) Sugar Spun Sister
Sally Cinnamon
Ten Storey Love Song
Where Angels Play
Shoot You Down
Fools Gold
Something's Burning
Waterfall
Don't Stop
This Is the One
Love Spreads
Made Of Stone
She Bangs The Drums
I Am The Resurrection

August 22, 2012 – Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast, Northern Ireland

THE SET LIST ON THEIR LAST AUS TOUR
I Wanna Be Adored
Waterfall
She Bangs The Drums
Made Of Stone
This Is the One
I Am The Resurrection
Love Spreads
Ten Storey Love Song

October 1, 1995 – Festival Hall, Brisbane, Queensland

SET HIGHLIGHT
Finally getting the chance to see Ian Brown, Mani, John Squire and Reni together on stage playing 'Fools Gold', 'I Wanna Be Adored' and 'I Am The Resurrection'.

WHAT IT WILL LOOK LIKE

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01seb

01seb said on the 10th Oct, 2012

I like these sorts of articles but the setlist prediction thing is kind of pointless.

Obviously, no-one will get a full set except the headliners so why not just put a recent festival setlist as a prediction? And acts like Dizzee Rascal will be playing a lot of their set from yet-to-be-released new albums.

VegetableLasagne

VegetableLasagne said on the 10th Oct, 2012

bloc partys setlist looks very similiar to their splendour set, which was awesome. sideshow? maybe silent alarm in full?

sumit_kumar

sumit_kumar said on the 25th Oct, 2012

i like these sorts of articles but the setlist prediction thing is kind of pointless.

Oflick

Oflick said on the 25th Oct, 2012

I like these sorts of articles but the setlist prediction thing is kind of pointless.

Oflick

Oflick said on the 25th Oct, 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkTB8Zz3ZH8