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The Rock-itt : February 2010
disco. Perth band Karnivool rocked things up with their talented singer, Ian Kenny, somewhat reminding me of Talking Heads frontman David Byrne. Mastodon (Atlanta, Georgia metal band) brought their progressive metal artillery to the stage including Brent Hinds guitarist/singer pulling out his First Act Customer Double Neck guitar to rule the stage! Kasabian (UK) who need no introduction to Australian shores, with their big rock-psych-dance sound pleased the crowd with their popular tunes led by their energetic/confident showman singer Tom Meighan. Eskimo Joe pleased the crowd with their popular catchy tunes, highlighting tracks off their current album Inshalla, some oldies and all their big songs and bringing the house down with Black Fingernails Red Wine.The band played with such precision, professionalism and energy delivering a truly polished and entertaining performance! Hilltop Hoods featuring their new and heavily radio played album State of the Art and Dizzee Rascal with their UK#1 hit Bonkers playing back to back, got the crowds packed in and jumping in the air. Lily Allen brightened up the arena dressed in her slinky peacock coloured frock, softening and popping things up with Smile, The Fear and Britney Spear's Womanizer as well as a guest duet performance of Just Be Good To Green with UK rapper Professor Green.