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Oasis Return Triumphend On Second Heaton Park Night
Oasis triumphed at the second of three Manchester gigs last night (June 6).
Stone Roses and New Order men watch second hometown show
The Gallaghers played an impressive set at Heaton Park, avoiding the technical problems which beset the first gig of the run on Thursday (June 4).
The 70,000 crowd managed to avoid the heavy rain touted by weather forecasters, whose predicted torrential downpours failed to materialise.
The Enemy returned to the bill after pulling out of Thursday's gig due to singer Tom Clarke's illness.
The Coventry band played a rabble-rousing set, including last single 'No Time For Tears' and debut album favourites 'Not Alone' and 'Away From Here'.
Local rockers Twisted Wheel also provided support, along with Free Peace and Kasabian.
Taking to the stage at 8.45pm (BST), Oasis launched into 'Rock N Roll Star', instantly getting the 70,000 crowd jumping.
Although not quipping to the crowd with the same frequency as the first night of the run, the band were on top form, firing through a career-spanning set to a crowd which was watched by model Agyness Deyn, New Order bassist Peter Hook and The Stone Roses and Primal Scream man Mani.
Oasis stuck to the same set that garnered eventual success on Thursday, leading mass singalongs to 'Roll With It', 'Cigarettes And Alcohol' and 'Wonderwall'.
Frontman Liam Gallagher left the stage at numerous points, allowing brother Noel to take lead vocal duties on 'Half The World Away' and fan-favourite 'Don't Look Back In Anger'.
The set also included a smattering of tracks from recent album 'Dig Out Your Soul', including 'I'm Outta Time' and 'Waiting For The Rapture'.
A cover of The Beatles' 'I Am The Walrus' was the group's customary set-closer, leaving the jubilant hometown crowd in raptures.
'Rock 'N' Roll Star' 'Lyla' 'The Shock Of The Lightning' 'Roll With It' 'Cigarettes And Alcohol' 'The Meaning Of Soul' 'To Be Where There's Life' 'Waiting For The Rapture' 'The Masterplan' 'Songbird' 'Slide Away' 'Morning Glory' 'My Big Mouth' 'The Importance Of Being Idle' 'Half The World Away' 'I'm Outta Time' 'Wonderwall' 'Live Forever' 'Supersonic' 'Don't Look Back In Anger' 'Falling Down' 'Champagne Supernova' 'I Am The Walrus'
Oasis will return to Manchester Heaton Park for the final night of the run tomorrow (June 8).