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REVIEW: The Charlatans help christen Manchester's newest live venue with a set of pure classics

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History hangs in the early Autumn air, as New Century, a venue born in 1963, yet reborn for 2022, hosts the 30th anniversary of The Charlatan’s sophomore release, Between 10th and 11th.

The follow up to the band’s number one debut Some Friendly, Between 10th and 11th was not exactly well received by the critics on its initial 1992 release.

It reached 21 in the charts, and even in retrospect, was not packed with some of the band’s bigger hits. Yet the subsequent 30 years for the band, at least musically, have been the epitome of longstanding success. READ MORE: Review - Arcade Fire at the AO Arena Personal tragedies aside, the band has seen arena tours, festival headline slots, three number one albums and four era-spanning top ten singles.

For the 800 aficionados packed into the newest addition to Manchester's ever growing stable of impressive live music venues, tonight therefore feels like a special one.

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