The Strokes - BBC - Reading and Leeds - 2011

Greg James

16:00 – 17:45 // In the studio next is Newsbeat

26 - 28 August 2011

All the action, on and off the stage

The Strokes

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New York attitude

One of the most influential bands of the 00’s, The Strokes' 2001 album, Is This It, is seen as one of the defining albums of that decade with it's stripped down garage rock. They’ve recently released their fourth effort, Angles, and have been touring the world to promote it.

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  • 1.Is This It
  • 2.NYC Cops
  • 3.Under Cover Of Darkness
  • 4.Modern Age
  • 5.Machu Picchu
  • 6.Reptilla
  • 7.Someday
  • 8.Life Is Simple In The Moonlight
  • 9.You Only Live Once
  • 10.You're So Right
  • 11.Whatever Happened
  • 12.Automatic Stop
  • 13.Alone Together
  • 14.Just What I Needed (feat. Jarvis Cocker)
  • 15.Under Control
  • 16.12:51
  • 17.Juicebox
  • 18.Last Nite
  • 19.Ask Me Anything
  • 20.Hard To Explain
  • 21.Take It Or Leave It

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The Strokes - Leeds Festival review

NME 28 August 2011

...the crowd reaction to 'Last Nite', 'Hard To Explain' and 'Take It Or Leave It' proved that while material from their latest album is popular live, their debut is still where the festival anthems lie.

The Strokes - Reading Festival 2011 review

Virtual Festivals 28 August 2011

They find their rhythm to deliver a show with panache.


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