Live At The O2

Live At The O2 is Kasabian's first official live DVD. It was released on 25 June 2012.


Live At The O2 was directed by Charlie Lightening and recorded on 15 December 2011 at the O2, London, the last gig of the band's arena tour and Serge's birthday. On 30 May 2012 the concert was screened in select cinemas across the UK for one night only. Four different versions of the DVD were released, a regular DVD and a Blu-ray, with or without a bonus audio CD containing a part of the gig. It also includes a 29-minute documentary called I Hear Voices, which shows the band backstage during their arena tour in the UK and Ireland in November and December 2011. British record store Townsend Records sold the DVD with an exclusive set of five postcards bearing photographs by Dean Chalkley.[1]

The US versions of the DVD were released with different PARADISE numbers.


  1. Days Are Forgotten
  2. Shoot The Runner
  3. Velociraptor!
  4. Underdog
  5. Where Did All The Love Go?
  6. I.D.
  7. I Hear Voices
  8. Thick As Thieves
  9. Take Aim
  10. Club Foot
  11. Re-Wired
  12. Empire
  13. La Fee Verte
  14. Fast Fuse
  15. Goodbye Kiss
  16. L.S.F. (Lost Souls Forever)
  17. Switchblade Smiles
  18. Vlad The Impaler
  19. Fire
  20. I Hear Voices (Documentary)



  • Tom Meighan
  • Sergio Pizzorno
  • Chris Edwards
  • Ian Matthews

Additional Musicians

  • Jason Mehler
  • Ben Kealey
  • Gary Alesbrook
  • Dirty Pretty Strings

Technical Staff

  • Charlie Lightening (Director)
  • Audrey Davenport (Production)
  • Alex Reyes-Knight (Production - Documentary)


"You decide at the start of the tour when you're going shoot it and it's always a strange one because you don't have any idea how the gig's going to turn out. We were fucking really lucky, because it happened to be arguably the best show of the whole tour which was really nice. The energy was phenomenal. Especially in London as well, which is usually a bit of a tougher crowd. It was an incredible, incredible night."
— Serge (, 30 May 2012)
"We love the film, it brings something different for our fans who can see us up close on the big screen! The sound and visuals absolutely rock and we could not be more excited about the results. This was a truly memorable tour for us and an unforgettable night, and we love the fact it has been captured on film in such a brilliant way."
— Tom (Digital Spy, 18 May 2012)