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Kasabian play tiny club show to launch Myspace Music Get Tickets

Band perform with Delphic in London

Andy Willsher
Pic: Andy Willsher
Kasabian played a rare club show tonight (December 2), headlining Myspace Music's UK launch party.

Performing at London's Heaven, the band – supported by Crystal Fighters and Delphic – played a stripped-down version of their recent arena tour set.

Despite battling through illness and problems with low volume in the venue at some points, the band played songs including 'Fire' and 'Empire', though hits like 'Club Foot' and 'LSF' were left out.

"This makes a bit of a change from the arenas, I like it!" declared frontman Tom Meighan, who made the most of the club lights and atmosphere.

Kasabian played:

'Julie & The Mothman'
'Underdog'
'Where Did All The Love Go'
'Shoot The Runner'
'Cutt Off'
'Empire'
'Fire'
'Fast Fuse'
'The Doberman'
'Vlad The Impaler'


The band were playing to mark the UK roll-out of the streaming, video and download platform Myspace Music which, following major label agreement, became available to UK users after the social networking site struck deals with indie labels and British royalty collection group PRS For Music.

The service, which was previously only available in the US, goes live in Britain from Thursday (December 3).

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