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The Rolling Stones played before some 20,000 fans last night (Sunday) at London's 02 Arena in their first show since 2007.

"I've watched lots of bands, and that's as good as I've seen," Mark Blake, 34, a warehouse worker from Stamford, England told USA Today. "The music has stood the test of time. … They sounded great."

In honor of the band's 50th anniversary, bassist Bill Wyman, 76, played with The Stones for the first time since the early '90s and Jeff Beck, Mick Taylor and Mary J. Blige also helped out.

The Stones will play their only U.S. shows next month with one concert at Barclays Center in Brooklyn (Dec. 8) and two performances at The Prudential Center in Newark (Dec. 13 & 15).

Here's last night's setlist:

I Wanna Be Your Man

It's All Over Now

Get Off of My Cloud

Paint It Black

Gimme Shelter (with Mary J. Blige)

Wild Horses

All Down the Line

Going Down (with Jeff Beck)

Out of Control

One More Shot

Doom and Gloom

It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (with Bill Wyman)

Honky Tonk Woman (with Wyman)

Before They Make Me Run


Miss You

Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)

Start Me Up

Tumbling Dice

Brown Sugar

Sympathy for the Devil


You Can't Always Get What You Want (with the London Youth Choir)

Jumpin' Jack Flash

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