INVITING your fans up on stage is definitely a novel way to get them on your side.
But that is what Tricky did on his first outing in Andalucia for a decade, when he headlined the Territorios festival in Sevilla last week.
While risky, his stunt paid off when – in the end – only around two dozen people managed to clamber up.
It was certainly an edgy performance, which improved as the set went on.
Another huge crowd pleaser was UK reggae star, Mad Professor, who got the crowd going with a fine selection of tunes from the likes of Damien Marley and Dawn Penn.
Another act over from the UK were Basement Jaxx, while Iggy Pop arrived from the US.
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