I found a live set of theirs from 2000. It pretty much spans most of the hits and is well worth a listen, especially towards the middle which starts to build up to a great finish. Probably best to just DL the zip at the bottom of the page. A great set.
Leftfield were total legends live... and they had a proper live set (drummer, mc, + daley and barnes). paul daley still dj's (played sheffield recently with the juan maclean) but neil barnes would probably prove difficult to convince.
Reunion is the first step. GV NOW needs to throw money in their face to get them over here. Having John Lydon on the bill perhaps could help persuade them to come? Not sure when there last gig in the states was but I'm dying to see them...
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2014 completely unrealistic wishlist: Radiohead, Atoms For Peace, Elbow, Doves, Kristin Hersh, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Chemical Brothers, Faithless, Shy Child, Massive Attack, Zero 7, The Dickies, Holy Fuck, Seun Kuti and Egypt 80, The Flaming Lips