The 2007 Camden Crawl has come to a close with the likes of Ash, Dammed, Charlatans and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club headlining the event which became a two-dayer for the first time.

Ash played the hits and showed off tracks from their forth-coming album 'Twilight of the Innocents' at the Electric Ballroom on Thursday night (April 19), Meanwhile Punk legends The Damned powered through an almost hour long set at Koko. One of day 1's top bill acts Cooper Temple Clause withdrew late on sighting exhaustion, they also didn't play their early gig as part of Friday's schedule.

Friday (April 20) saw another classic British band take to the Koko stage as the Charlatans packed out the venue for a career spanning set which included 'Weirdo', 'Tellin' Stories', 'North Country Boy' and 'The Only One I Know'.

Although Charlatans and BRMC were officially labeled as headliners, many of the venues continued through until 4 AM for the second night running. Biffy Clyro packed out the O Bar for their second London gig of the evening. Their past 1 AM show coming after their earlier support slot for Bloc Party at the Brixton Academy.

Other after hours sets included The Be Be See at the Underworld and The Whip riding out a short keyboard break, packing out the Barfly for one of the sweatiest performances of the event.

Elsewhere R13 favourite Frank Turner was another to draw a massive crowd, this time in the O Bar as part of the Kerrang night, Blood Red Shoes enjoyed the honour of a massive queue to see them at the Earl of Camden, Calvin Harris played the second of his Camden Crawl gigs to an enthusiastic Black Cap faithful and new indie female star Kate Nash opened the programme at the Electric Ballroom with what she described as her "biggest ever London show".

Those handing out any audience participation award could do worse than to look to Eamon Hamilton of Brakes, who although playing to a less than full Underworld, was greeted by a reaction any of the major names the majority of the music press were chasing after could be proud of. A mass crowd stage invasion at the end of his set was one of the most memorable momements of the event.

Thursday highlights included the download festival bound Kids in Glass Houses headlining the O Bar and looking like a band teetering on the edge of mega stardom.

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