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The Stone Roses: Live in Finsbury Park

  • The Stone Roses played two consecutive nights at north London's Finsbury Park after the Madchester legend's three comeback shows at Manchester’s Heaton Park last year.

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  • Ian Brown and his band started the Saturday night show with 'I Wanna Be Adored'.

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  • The Stone Roses played tracks unheard in the UK since the 1990s.

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  • Elephant Stone', 'Going Down' and 'Breaking Into Heaven' were aired both nights.

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  • The first night featured Rudimental, The Courteeners and Dizzee Rascal and the second, Miles Kane, Johnny Marr and PiL.

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  • There were A LOT of fishermen hats.

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  • John Squire's virtuoso guitar skills were a highlight of the performances.

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  • Ian Brown hardly acknowledged the 75,000-strong crowd but when he did, they went nuts.

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  • Ian Brown waved his jingle stick tambourines for most of the night.

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  • Earlier in the day, Johnny Marr played a mixture of solo and Smiths songs, including 'Bigmouth Strikes Again' and 'How Soon Is Now'

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  • The crowd were rapturous during final track 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out'.

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  • How many fisherman hats can you spot?

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  • Miles Kane played songs from his new album 'Don't Forget Who You Are'.

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  • The Birkenhead musician played a secret gig after the Stone Roses.

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  • PiL made an awful racket.

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  • The crowd cheered up immeasurably when the Stone Roses came on stage and ran through pretty much all their songs.

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    Added: 10 Jun 2013