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Album: iTunes Festival: London 2012 - EP

Artist: Ed Sheeran

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Warner Music UK LImited

Tracklist For iTunes Festival: London 2012 - EP By Artist Ed Sheeran

Title Artist Time
Drunk (Live) Ed Sheeran 3:28 USD 1.29
The A Team (Live) Ed Sheeran 4:59 USD 1.29
Small Bump (Live) Ed Sheeran 4:40 USD 1.29
Lego House (Live) Ed Sheeran 4:10 USD 1.29
Chasing Cars (Live) Ed Sheeran & Gary Lightbody 5:04 USD 1.29
You Need Me, I Don't Need You Ed Sheeran 19:46 USD Album Only
Chasing Cars (Live) Ed Sheeran & Gary Lightbody 5:04 USD 1.99
The A Team (Live) Ed Sheeran 5:01 USD 1.99

Reviews For iTunes Festival: London 2012 - EP By Artist Ed Sheeran

  • A beautiful collection

    By Ally5SOSfam
    Not many artists are better live than in studio versions, but Ed is one of them. His work is absolutely beautiful.
  • Great!

    By JO1594
    Ed is a genius, but you don’t need me to tell you that. The only quib I have with it is that the crowd is actually kind of annoying. I’m trying to listen to Ed freaking Sheeran sing Chasing Cars, one of the best songs ever made, and you hear the crowd singing along with him. Grrr.. I know it’s a concert but I just want to hear his lovely voice! 5 stars nonetheless.
  • So. Freaking. Beautiful.

    By StephanieSheeran
    I love it. He's amazing, live or not. X 10/10
  • Nolan and Ed

    By Nolan and Ed
    Ed is at the top of his game, he sings, raps, AND plays guitar. hes so awsome

    By Brooklyn new York 06-03-1999
    He is just an amazing artist in general, this is just shows how amazing he really is
  • Trust me, live is better

    By Kehjdjdidjhshh
    This live album is absolutely perfect. Ed is not only a phenomenal singer, but also an outstanding entertainer. Even if you already know the songs they have a whole different feel live. Also, the 20 min rendition of you need me is to die for!!!
  • Amazing.

    By tstaker6615
    I almost like the live versions more than the regular. Great all around

    By Avalava
    I've listened to this full show multiple times and it never gets old. He's even better live! A truly awesome and talented guy.

    By ericafrag
    my heart litterally hurts after listening to this. its sosososo beautiful
  • Amazing!

    By babyfart mageesaks
    I saw him at the Rave in Milwaukee and it was easily the best live performance I've ever seen in person or even on TV! The best part of the show was "You Need Me I Don't Need You". That was the single best performance I have ever seen! He goes H.A.M. on the loop pedal! This is a must buy! He's better live than on his CDs.!

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