Don’t Think – The Chemical Brothers in concert

Adam Smith is the first to admit that his debut feature film is not the easiest sell in the history of cinema. “There’s no real narrative strand,” says the director. “It’s 85 minutes long, it’s got paintballs exploding – and clowns…”

The Chemical Brothers are one of those huge 90s bands that I wish I had included in Work Of Art – but I could not fit everything in, more’s the pity (also they got a nod in an Iain Banks’ novel – The Steep Approach To Garbadale – ‘Block Rocking Beats’ is playing in a night club scene – so I’m glad I didn’t in a way)

Song to the Siren
Leave Home
Life is Sweet
Setting Sun
Block Rockin’ Beats
The Private Psychedelic Reel
Hey Boy Hey Girl
Let Forever Be
Out of Control
Music: Response
It Began in Afrika
Star Guitar
Come with Us
The Golden Path
Get Yourself High
The Boxer
Do It Again
The Salmon Dance
Midnight Madness
Escape Velocity
Another World
Container Park

Live at Glastonbury 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Don’t Think


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One Response to Don’t Think – The Chemical Brothers in concert

  1. Vladimir

    Love them. Saw them live three years ago. It was a blast !

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