In The Margins (Radio Edit)
Nothing Lasts Forever (Acoustic)
In the Margins (Instrumental)
This selection set the mood for what followed.
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"Proud to Fall" is the first single released by Ian McCulloch from his debut solo album Candleland in 1989. The song reached number one on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart in the US and number fifty-four on the UK Singles Chart. It is my favorite song off the album, fitting perfectly the mood I was in. I was so taken by it that I used "Proud To Fall (Long Night's Journey Mix)" for the soundtrack of the McNamara hut trip video I was working on this weekend. It works perfectly.
A fan who attended the show wrote:
Hey coldplayers !!! We're just back from Arras !! and we attended to an awesome Coldplay gig yesterday !! their performance were amazing and we all welcomed them warmly !! singing "oooOOOOooohhh" or calling "coldplay" around 11:15pm to get them on the stage and to show them we're proud to get them here in France !! Everyone in the crowd raised balloons when they arrived on stage...the project was successful and we thank ColdplayFrance.com for the help Their perfomance was great, especially God put a smile upon your face...Chris def becomes a rockstar (even he already was !) after threwing his guitar away, like in Glasto Apparently, there was a technical problem or something with Will at the beginning of In My Place...but if Chris hadn't mentioned it, we wouldn't have noticed that ! The performance of Viva la Vida was great, as usual...everybody was singing oooOOOOooohhh !! The new songs, such as Charlie Brown, Major Minus.....were amazing, especially Us against the world...it's really nice to see Will singing !! And the funny part was after they sang "Life is for living" and Chris said "ok, thanks alot, good night everybody" as if they wouldn't come back !! and everybody was like "Coooldplaaayy" clapping in our hands !! and obviously, they came back with Clocks, Fix You and Every teardrop is a waterfall !! i think everybody was def mor excited when they played this last one They had their usual complicity together and with us !! and that's why they rocked the Main Square Festival !! Coldplay, WE LOVE YOU !! MERCI BEAUCOUP
Don't Let It Get You Down
The Back Of Love (live at The Glastonbury Festival 1997)
Over The Wall (live at The Glastonbury Festival 1997)
Three really good songs providing a delectable taste of the Bunnymen to start off the evening.
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