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B16 said in 19 Febbraio, 2010 at 11:16

Depeche Mode were joined by former band member Alan Wilder at a one-off show at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night (February 17) for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The keyboardist and drummer made his first appearance with the group since he quit nearly 14 years ago, playing the piano on encore-opener ‘Somebody’.

Depeche Mode performed 20 tracks from their back catalogue, including their classic hits ‘Enjoy The Silence’, ‘Personal Jesus’ and ‘I Feel You’.

Watch footage of the gig by clicking below.

Wilder quit the band on his birthday in June 1995 “due to increasing dissatisfaction with the internal relations and working practices of the group”.

Noel Gallagher, Arctic Monkeys and Them Crooked Vultures are among the acts set to play Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the venue soon.

nme.com

buongiorno a tutti!

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buzzandmusic said in 19 Febbraio, 2010 at 12:19

thanks b16! i think we all together of rock caffe’ are always really up to date.I don’t think there are so many blogs or forum like BRC that everyday have interesting music stories to publish….what do you think about ?bye

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Generale Lee said in 19 Febbraio, 2010 at 20:19

AHO’ CE VO’ L’ARTICOLO SUI FINLEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! E NDO CA?ç* STA L’INFORMAZZZZZIONE MUSICALE????

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B16 said in 19 Febbraio, 2010 at 20:32

..ti rispondo cosi’…

http://pitchfork.com/news/37961-premiere-new-flying-lotus-track/

Cosmogramma, the Thom Yorke-abetted new album from West Coast abstract bass music king Flying Lotus, is set for release May 4 in the U.S. (and May 3 in the UK) on Warp. And up above, you can hear the awesomely titled “Computer Face//Pure Being”, the first album track that FlyLo has let us hear.

With the album release still a few months off, though, FlyLo has to do something to fill up his calendar, so he’s going on tour. He’ll spend the first half of March hitting European venues, including London’s Fabric for a gigantic night showcasing his Brainfeeder label. Then, he’ll return to the U.S. in time for the Warp SXSW showcase, following that up with a quick North American tour and a date at Coachella. We’ve got all his dates below.

Flying Lotus:

03-02 Brussels, Belgium – AB Club
03-03 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso (5 Days Off Festival)
03-04 Paris, France – Le Bellevilloise
03-05 Berlin, Germany – Berghain
03-06 Athens, Greece – Bios
03-10 London, England – Fabric *
03-12 Brighton, England – Concorde 2
03-13 Minehead, England – Bloc Weekend
03-17 Austin, Texas – The Phoenix (Warp SXSW Showcase) ^
03-25 Montreal, Quebec – S.A.T. %
03-27 San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine @
03-30 New York, NY – Le Poisson Rouge @
04-01 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick @
04-02 Chicago, IL – Double Door @
04-03 Minneapolis, MN – BarFly Loft @
04-17 Indio, CA – Coachella

* with Daedelus, Kode9, Nosaj Thing, Martyn, Dimlite, Dorian Concept, the Gaslamp Killer, J Rocc, TOKiMONSTA
% with Benga, Lazer Sword
^ with Hudson Mohawke, Born Ruffians, Pivot, Nice Nice
@ with Kode9

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buzzandmusic said in 20 Febbraio, 2010 at 10:26

ARTOLO SUI FINLEY C’E’ GUARDA BENE GENERALE LEE ROCK ON

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