Video, Vintage Video — May 2, 2013 at 8:08 am

Vintage Video: The Chameleons in London, 1984 — watch full 100-minute concert

For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we travel back to London on Nov. 9, 1984, to watch Mark Burgess lead his classic post-punk act The Chameleons through a 13-song, 100-minute set at the Camden Palace, focusing on material from 1983’s Script of the Bridge and its follow-up, What Does Anything Mean? Basically, which was still nearly a year away from release. This show (via uploader djfell13) was released on VHS back in ’85.


Setlist: The Chameleons, Camden Palace, London, 11/9/84

1. “Don’t Fall”
2. “Intrigue In Tangiers”
3. “Monkeyland”
4. “Second Skin”
5. “Singing Rule Britannia (While The Walls Close In)”
6. “Pleasure And Pain”
7. “Return Of The Roughnecks”
8. “A Person Isn’t Safe Anywhere These Days”
9. “In Shreds”
10. “Splitting In Two”
11. “Here Today”
12. “Thursday’s Child”
13. “Paper Tigers”





One Comment

  1. Ok, thank you Eyeballs folk. For this, for the associated Chameleons pieces, for the amazing recent Kitchens news, for the splash on the ‘Mats, the MBV coverage… etc etc.

    Keep it coming! Ya’ll do a fkg bangup job, yo.

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