The 00s

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00s

The 00s was the decade that launched numerous global superstars who played the Leadmill who would go on to much bigger things.  Who would have thought when Coldplay supported Muse in early 2000 that both bands would go on to become two of the biggest acts in the world today? 

Other notable shows during the 00s included The Strokes, The White Stripes, The Coral, Ms Dynamite, Bowling for Soup, Joe Strummer (his penultimate show), Doves, Dandy Warhols, Kirsty MacColl, The Charlatans, ABC, Groove Armada, The Hives, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Richard Hawley, The Libertines, Kaiser Chiefs, Franz Ferdinand, Jamie Cullum, Scissor Sisters, Jimmy Cliff, Desmond Dekker, Ian Brown, Babyshambles, Arcade Fire, Snow Patrol, The Killers, KT Tunstall, Goldfrapp, Bloc Party, The Streets, The Fratellis, The Kooks, Milburn, Arctic Monkeys, Paulo Nutuni, James Morrison, and Lily Allen.

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  2. 2000 Day one Sat, 26.2.00 Queens of the Stone Age Sat, 18.11.00 Six By Seven Sat, 15.4.00 Graham Coxon Tue, 11.7.00 Moby Sun, 27.2.00
  3. 2001 Ha! Logic Sat, 6.1.01 Kosheen Thu, 18.10.01 Cousteau Sat, 31.3.01 Webb bros Sat, 20.1.01 Echo and the Bunny Men Sat, 26.5.01
  4. 2002 The Miles Hunt Club Sat, 26.1.02 Soil Mon, 3.6.02 Spunge Fri, 17.5.02 Blue Oyster Cult Sun, 19.5.02 The Libertines Sat, 8.6.02
  5. 2003
  6. 2004 The Open Sat, 27.3.04 The Walkmen Sat, 19.6.04 InMe Fri, 14.5.04 Fights Sat, 10.7.04 The Orb Sat, 8.5.04
  7. 2005 Tom McRae Mon, 7.11.05 The Tears Tue, 19.4.05 Kubb Sat, 10.12.05 Arctic Monkeys Sun, 31.7.05 Glenn Hughes Thu, 17.2.05
  8. 2006 Lily Allen Sat, 28.10.06 James Dean Bradfield Sat, 7.10.06 Lorraine Wed, 26.4.06 The Delays Sat, 25.2.06 I Like Trains Thu, 11.5.06
  9. 2007 Dodgy Tue, 6.11.07 Forward Russia Mon, 29.10.07 Strange Death Of Leberal England Mon, 9.7.07 Hell Is For Heroes Sun, 11.2.07 To My Boy Wed, 19.9.07
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