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'Up All Night' With Razorlight: Band Play Their Decade-Old Debut In Full In London

  • It's the return of Razorlight! Last night (June 3), the Johnny Borrell-fronted band played at London's Electric Ballroom to mark the 10th anniversary of their debut album 'Up All Night'.

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  • Of course, the band's line-up has changed dramatically since 2004. 18 year-old Brazilian João Mello is now on bass duties, replacing original member Carl Dalemo.

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  • Johnny, though, is still there – and sporting a mightily impressive beard, too – and he led the band through a set that saw them play 'Up All Night' from in its entirety.

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  • Their was room, too, for a rendition of 'Somewhere Else', a standalone single that was released in the period between 'Up All Night' and Razorlight's self-titled 2006 follow-up.

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  • There were also some rare B-sides from the band's early years, including 'Black Jeans'.

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  • But the gig could only end with one song, couldn't it? The 2006 Number One single 'America', the band's biggest ever hit. Welcome back, Johnny - we'll see you in 2016 for the 'Razorlight' 10th anniversary gig, right?

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    Added: 05 Jun 2014