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Zombies to play 'Odessey And Oracle' live for final time
The Zombies are set to play their 1968 album 'Odessey And Oracle' in its entirety for the last time in the UK next April.

The band, who originally formed in 1961, will play the album at four live dates culminating in a show at the London Hammersmith Apollo on April 25.

'Odessey And Oracle' was the first album by the band not to be classed as a singles compilation or contain cover versions.

The band played the album in full for the first time earlier this year during a three-night stint at London's Shepherds Bush Empire, watched by the likes of Robert Plant, Paul Weller, Snow Patrol and Mark Lamarr.

The Zombies will play:

Glasgow ABC (April 21)
Bristol Colston Hall (23)
Manchester Bridgewater Hall (24)
London Hammersmith Apollo (25)


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