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Jesus Christ has allegedly joined Oasis, and to see Edinburgh undergo a transformation from torrential rain to cloudless sunny skies, you would be inclined to believe Noel Gallagher.
Their new hirsute keyboard player was all but anonymous as big brother led the band through the old favourites, guitar stompers all.
Opening with Rock & Roll Star, this was punter friendly stuff, with even those who look like they would struggle to remember their own name managing to sing every word.
advertisement Cigarettes And Alcohol was followed swiftly by Roll With It, the homage to British seventies glam rock, with the elder Gallagher looking like a man just roused from a light sleep as he blisses out on another guitar solo.
Then Noel dedicated a song to "the missus who lives more or less across the road", before launching into a stadium-rocking version of The Masterplan.
"I would like to introduce our fifth and last drummer, Chris Sharrock, from Liverpool," quipped Noel.
His pounding tom tom intros adorned most of what was good last night, and there is a nagging impression that the band's leader has tired of the singalong simplicity of Wonderwall and Half A World Away. Maybe there is a another album in them yet.