H.E.A.T do pay homage to their more melodic past with ‘Beg, Beg Beg’ (and a little of Zeps ‘Rock and Roll’ thrown in for good measure), alongside ‘Danger Zone’, and only ‘Late Night Lady’ from the debut / Leckremo era.
Support band Supercharger snuck up on H.E.A.T mid ‘Downtown’, half naked and serving drinks to the boys, and from here on the set (after being nothing short of perfect) took it up another notch - probably because it was the finale of their tour, so everything was timed to perfection for this Manchester crowd.
As it was the final night, Supercharger joined them for Roxette's 'You Got The Look', and both bands completely looked as if they were having fun even if it was slightly 'winged'. ‘Breaking The Silence’ and ‘Living On The Run’ finished the set, 20+ songs in total, and made this gig a truly memorable one for those who attended.
H.E.A.T truly deserve to be playing bigger and better venues, and at this rate it isn’t long in coming. Utterly fantastic!