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Saturday, 13 October 2007

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O2 Arena - (Trick-or-Treat Mess): A secretive, dedicated bird flu-combating entrepreneur is believed to be behind classic 70s rock band The Eagles' performance of a rare one-off private gig.

Scheduled for Halloween the concert will take place in the former hexed Millennium Dome venue now known as the O2 Arena.

The mystery benefactor has issued 2,300 tickets at £950+vat a pop for the band to fly in and ruffle a few feathers in the avian flu-combating charity sector ahead of anticipated virus pandemics in Europe later this year.

The band will showcase their new album Long Ride Out of Eden rumored to include rehashed smash hits like Desperado, Wasted Time, A Good Day In Hell, Journey of the Sorcerer, Lyin' Eyes, Nightingale, Take the Devil, and Witchy Woman.

The band split in 1980 and reunited for live shows in 1994.

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