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Foo Fighters, Wembley Arena

Foo Fighters, Wembley Arena

Godlike Genius Dave Grohl roars back with a rejuvenated five-piece line-up

Dave Grohl (second left) leads the new five-piece Foo Fighters

Fresh from being anointed a Godlike Genius at this week's Shockwaves NME Awards, Dave Grohl celebrated with a roaring two-hour set with his recharged Foo Fighters at Wembley Arena, still a dismal dive despite the major refurbishment which put the entrance at the wrong end. However, Dave basks in the reputation of being the Nicest Man in Rock and a thoroughly good egg (Lemmy says so, and nobody argues with him), and he successfully flooded this unprepossessing shed with good vibes mixed with shattering quantities of decibels.

They deserve a clip round the ear for not playing "Gimme Stitches", but this was a throttles-open blast through the Foos' catalogue

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Grohl energy level was really startled.His fans definitely enjoyed such a glorious performance by him.Mose Allison at the end section of t he show was really awesome.

I am a Take That fan and waisting for their live tour for latest album Progress.I did not experience other bands but my friend insisted to b a part of Arena show and I must say it was awesome.

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