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The set list makes a surprising detour; instead of a chronological run-through of JFPL, the band decide to play four tracks before launching into a greatest hits salvo.
Another dip into JFPL follows via Facing Page: Top Left - a verbose tune Bradfield jokingly says should've been called "Richey's Revenge".
Price believes it's no coincidence that JFPL arrives after the commercial renaissance that their last album Send Away The Tigers provided, with ensuing accolades including NME's Godlike Genius Award.