The Chemical Brothers joined by Britpop legends

Electric Proms show features very special guests

The Chemical Brothers joined by Britpop legends
The Chemical Brothers played an intimate set tonight (October 25) featuring a number of special guests, as part of the BBC Electric Proms season at KOKO in London.

During their encore, the band were joined by Tim Burgess for a version of 'The Boxer'.

Meanwhile, Beth Orton strapped on an acoustic guitar and played and sang along to 'Where Do I Begin'.

Despite rumours, the likes of Willy Mason, Noel Gallagher and Ali Love all failed to appear on stage with the band.

Earlier, Justice played a frantic set.

The duo of Gaspard Auge and Xavier De Rosnay played behind a DJ booth in front of a huge illuminated cross.

During their set the biggest cheer came for their remix of Simian's 'Never Be Alone', 'We Are Your Friends'.

The Chemical Brothers played:

'No Path To Follow'
'Galvanize'
'Burst Generator'
'Do It Again'
'Get Yourself High'
'Hey Boy Hey Girl'
'All Rights Reversed'
'Krafty Numbers'
'Out Of Control'
'Don't Fight Control'
'Temptation'
'Star Guitar'
'Surface To Air'
'Under The Influence'
'Saturate'
'We Are The Night'
'The Boxer' (feat. Tim Burgess)
'Where Do I Begin' (feat. Beth Orton)
'Leave Home'/'Block Rockin Beats'


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