The Last Night Of The Electrics (Vinyl) (3LP)

by Status Quo

With more than 118 million records sold all over the world, Status Quo is one of the most important UK rock bands of all time. They have become one of the top names of British rock history year after year, album after album. Looking at the list of their achievements, with the most impressive series of gold records, top 10 singles, sold out shows and TV performances, one would say that they have conquered this status long ago. With the release if their phenomenally successful acoustic albums during the last three years, Status Quo made clear that they are still force to be reckoned with. Status Quo are the only band able to stick to their rock and roll roots, but adding a new twist, while remaining loyal to the sound their fans love. In concert they have the energy of a young band in their early twenties, even if the band has celebrated almost 50 years of glorious success.

On December 11, 2016 Francis Rossi, Andrew Bown, John ‘Rhino’ Edwards and Leon Cave plugged their instruments in and brought their thunderous electric live show back to the world’s venues for what they considered to be the last time. Packed with hits, both new and old, taken from that unbelievable back catalogue, Status Quo sounded as young and fresh as ever. When they climbed the stage of The O2 in London, the band was thinking that this was meant to be Status Quo’s last of their last full-on electric shows.

The Wanderer
Something About You I Like
Softer Ride

The Beginning Of The End
Hold You Back
Proposin’ Medley
Paper Plane

The Oriental
Creepin’ Up On You
In The Army Now

The Caveman
Roll Over Lay Down
Down Down

Whatever You Want
Rocking All Over The World
Burning Bridges
Rock And Roll Music/Bye Bye Johnny