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Blur return; first set-list

Just days after fellow – œ90s-rulers Faith No More made a winning comeback in London, Blur played a career-spanning show for “friends and family” in the English countryside. For the performance on Saturday night, the band returned to the site of its first-ever concert in 1988 – a modest goods shed that could fit just 150 people.

According to a BBC News review, “Blur seem to be friends again, and are clearly relishing the rediscovery of their old songs, which still sound great.” On that note, fans would find little to complain about in the 28-song, two-hour-plus set-list.

After this close-quarters affair, the band is forging on to the – œofficial’ comeback shows in Hyde Park, as well as headlining Glastonbury and T In The Park.

Blur’s set-list from the night, courtesy of NME.

She’s So High
Girls And Boys
Tracy Jacks
There’s No Other Way
Trimm Trabb
Coffee & TV
Country House
Charmless Man
Colin Zeal
Oily Water
Chemical World
Sunday Sunday
End Of A Century
To The End
This Is A Low
Song 2
Out Of Time
Battery In Your Leg
Essex Dogs
For Tomorrow
The Universal

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joelzilla said on the 15th Jun, 2009

I more than Heart that setlist!
What more could you want...


bucketboy63 said on the 16th Jun, 2009

Nothing you couldn't like about that setlist.


missy_el said on the 18th Jun, 2009

The Rough Trade gig wasn't reported, odd? Can't believe I missed out on this :(