Sheffield Hallam FM Arena 2006 (gig)
|Venue||Hallam FM Arena[source?]|
|Date||18th November 2006[source?]|
|Start||19:30 UTC (performance starts), 18:30 UTC (doors open)[source?]|
|Capacity||12,500 (max seated), 38,000[source?]|
|Price||27.50 GBP (all tickets)[source?]|
|Sold out?||Unknown (standing, seated) No (pre-sale)[source?]|
Tickets went on general sale 17th August 2006 at 09:00 UTC+1. The concert was organised by SJM Concerts and Live Nation.
The Noisettes played 8 songs. The first was 'Scratch Your Name' and the second was 'Don't Give Up'.
After Stockholm Syndrome's Riffs, Bellamy surfed on an amp but fell off (watch)
After New Born, Howard said "Thank you Sheffield, thank you very much". Before Soldier's Poem, "This one's for all the lighters and mobile phones". After Supermassive Black Hole, "Thank you very much Sheffield".
After the Maggie's Farm riff, Bellamy said "Thank you very much, cheers". After Soldier's Poem, "Thanks, thanks a lot". After Time Is Running out, he said "Thanks very much, how's it going in the back! ... yes. This next song is for you, this song is called Starlight". Before the last chorus of Knights of Cydonia, he said "Come on Sheffield". After Knights of Cydonia, "Thank you Sheffield!"
An audience recording is available in Monkey's Audio format here. The bootlegger used a Sony Sony ECM-DS70P microphone and a MD-MT831H MiniDisc recorder/player. This bootleg was transcoded using LAME 3.97 into mp3 format and uploaded to Muselive.com and is available here.
The same bootlegger also recorded The Noisettes. This recording is available in Monkey's Audio format here.
- Take a Bow
- New Born
- Butterflies & Hurricanes
- Map of the Problematique + Maggie's Farm outro
- City of Delusion
- Plug in Baby
- Forced In (instrumental)
- Soldier's Poem
- Supermassive Black Hole [watch]
- Time Is Running Out
- Stockholm Syndrome
- Citizen Erased
- Bliss (extended)
- Knights of Cydonia
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