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Year: 2003

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The Pretenders have been consistently making classic albums and hit singles in a career that now spans 25 years. Lead by the charismatic Chrissie Hynde, possessor of one of the most recognisable voices in rock music, they have topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and in many other territories around the world. Loose In L.A. was recorded at the Wilton Theatre, Los Angeles on the US Tour for their latest album Loose Screw. The concert combines a number of tracks from the Loose Screw album with favourite album tracks and a greatest hits selection including: Talk Of The Town, Back On The Chain Gang, Don't Get Me Wrong, Kid, I'll Stand By You and their international No.1 hit Brass In Pocket.

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