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    But on Saturday night – as part of my continuing to campaign for force Guardian music writer, pop historian, and Saint Etienne band member Bob Stanley to embrace heavy rock – I was down at Eventim Apollo (or the Hammersmith Odeon, as pretty much everyone there would have known it) for the return of the Frantic Four, the original Quo line-up. Or, rather, the second return of the Frantic Four, since they first reunited this time last year for the first time since 1981. Never let it be said Quo don't have a pretty good eye for an opportunity, because this line-up is alternating with the actual current line-up, the Frantic Four playing the deep cuts, the current line-up doing the end-of-the-pier hits set.

    Only their very oldest fans – and there are thousands here – knew Quo could sound like this. Only they knew that Lancaster, who quit in 1984, three years after Coghlan's exit, had such a glorious bluesy growl ; that Parfitt's right hand could play rhythm with such intensity; or that the self-mocking Rossi could solo like any Brit rock great.


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