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Paul Weller - Victoria Hall, Stoke (Set List)

Paul Weller - Victoria Hall, Stoke - May 5, 2008

Blink And You'll Miss It
22 Dreams
From The Floorboards Up
Push it along
Porcelain Gods
Wild Blue Yonder
All I Wanna Do
Picking Up Sticks
Wishing On A Star
Have You Made Up Your Mind
Peacock Suit
Shadow of the Sun
All On A Misty Morning
Butterfly Collector
Lite Nights
Brand New Start
Black River
Wild Wood
Echoes Round The Sun
Come On Let's Go
Eton Rifles
Whirlpools End
Sea Spray
Broken Stones
The Changingman

Courtesy Of Tony D.

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  1. who was his support please?
    and no thats entertainment or town called mallice or tube station at midnight??

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  2. Shocking set list!! :O

    No Town Called Malice?! No That's Entertainment?! NOTHING by the Style Council?!

    Sort it out Weller!!

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  3. Well, it is a Paul Weller gig. Not a Jam gig or Style Council one. I'm sure there's plenty of tribute acts that you can go to that'll do that for you

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