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Paul Weller "Live At The Royal Albert Hall-2000" CD/DVD Reissue!

Paul Weller's performance at the Royal Albert Hall in 2000 is set to be reissued on May 19, as part of the 'Sight And Sound' series. It features the concert on DVD as well as an audio CD. You can pre-order it at the usual outlets at the bargain price of 6.99.

Tracklist-Sight

01.Peacock Suit
02.Friday Street
03.He’s The Keeper
04.Back In The Fire
05.Dust & Rocks
06.Out Of The Sinking
07.Heavy Soul
08.Time & Temperance
09.Frightened
10.You Do You Something To Me
11.The Changing Man
12.Porcelain Gods
13.There’s No Drinking After You’re Dead
14.As You Lean Into The Light
15.Broken Stones
16.Picking Up Sticks
17.Love-Less
18.Woodcutters Son

Sound
01.The Changing Man
02.Porcelain Gods
03.You Do Something To Me
04.Peacock Suit
05.Out Of The Sinking
06.Friday Street
07.Broken Stones
08.Back In The Fire
09.Love-Less
10.Heavy Soul
11.Picking Up Sticks
12.There’s No Drinking After You’re Dead
13.He’s The Keeper
14.As You Lean Into The Light
15.Dust & Rocks
16.Woodcutter’s Son
17.Frightened
18.Time & Temperance

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