Half Man Half Biscuit – O2 Academy, Bristol

A Half Man Half Biscuit gig is the only occasion where I’ll wear something resembling a football shirt. Thanks to my Dukla Prague away kit I got asked by the barmaid if I’d been to Prague, I had to explain it was a reference to a song which would likely be played later.

Support came from The Flux Capacitors who weren’t too bad.

Half Man Half Biscuit were on good form, the cover version tonight was in honour of great influence who had died earlier this year, Dan Haggerty. Overall a very enjoyable evening, although the six pints I consumed might have helped with that.

Westward Ho! – Massive Letdown
When the Evening Sun Goes Down
Third Track Main Camera Four Minutes
Petty Sessions
Outbreak of Vitas Gerulatis
Running Order Squabblefest
If I Had Posession Over Pancake Day
Left Lyrics in the Practice Room
Everything’s A.O.R.
Paintball’s Coming Home
Bob Wilson – Anchorman
Old Age Killed My Teenage Bride
Lock Up Your Mountain Bikes
Floreat Inertia
Tommy Walsh’s Eco House
The Bane of Constance
Look Dad No Tunes
For What is Chatteris
Ode to Joyce
Rock and Roll is Full of Bad Wools
Fix It So She Dreams of Me
Vatican Broadside
Joy Division Oven Gloves
All I Want for Christmas is a Dukla Prague Away Kit
National Shite Day
We Built this Village on a Trad Arr. Tune

Trumpton Riots
Maybe (Thom Pace cover)
The Light at the End of the Tunnel (is the Light of an Oncoming Train)

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