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, Mc Fly’s 5 Colours in Her Hair – were given the same crunching five-guitar attack and quintuple harmonies.It was like a 10-year reunion for the best sixth-form band in the world, a nostalgic love-in brought to you by Toni & Guy and a mutual love of Green Day. Every song had expertly-placed pauses for everyone to jump in the air in unison. A majestic Obviously and swooning All About You (2005’s Comic Relief single) had a Mc Cartney-esque melodic subtlety which stood above the three-chord clatter elsewhere.Now, you needn’t choose sides, as the bands have joined forces (minus refusenik Busted leader Charlie Simpson, who, having disbanded Busted in late-2004, is focusing on his acoustic solo career).Billed as the “ultimate supergroup” – though the Traveling Wilburys might justifiably quibble – Mc Busted have all but sold out a 34-date UK arena tour.To everyone's surprise, including that of the six bandmembers, it ended up being the most successful arena tour of 2014 after selling 300,000 tickets.The critics were impressed too, with Telegraph reviewer James Lachno among them: "It was like a 10-year reunion for the best sixth-form band in the world." So now Mc Busted are doing another arena tour next March.At a press conference, Busted's Matt Willis explained that he can hardly remember the last one (which took place in Spring), but all six members admitted they were keen to do another – with only one member, Harry Judd, Mc Fly's drummer, confessing it was for the money.
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The supergroup promise to top the setlist from last year's tour: "We played all the big hits, now we'll only play the greatest hits", explained a promotional video.
Willis cleared this up by explaining that only "four or five" tracks from Mc Busted's forthcoming album will be played live.
With both bands approaching or past 30, Mc Busted could be one last hurrah. Touring until July 6; Adele (active 2006-present) Tottenham-born singer Adele Adkins got her big break after a friend posted her demo on social networking site My Space in 2006.
Her debut album, 19, was certified four times platinum in the UK, but it was the follow up, 21, which has established the 24-year-old as a global star, selling over 25 million copies to date.
It wasn’t hard to see why during this 100 minutes of relentless fun.