The Stone Roses have completed a live performance without any members of the band storming off stage or calling each other a 'c***'.
The band performed last night (15, June 2012) at Sweden's Hultsfred festival, performing classic anthems from their back catalogue alongside a selection of obscure tracks and fan favourites. The band's comeback tour was thrown into chaos earlier this week when drummer Reni stormed off stage amid sound problems in Amsterdam, with frontman Ian Brown calling him a 'c***'' after he left.
The Manchester band mixed tracks such as 'Waterfall' and 'Fools Gold' with tunes including 'Standing Here' and 'Ten Storey Love Song', closing with an extended version of 'I Am The Resurrection'.
Following the band's chaotic Amsterdam show, the band reassured fans that their remaining tour dates would be unaffected.
Below: classic shots of The Stone Roses
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