Quietly walking out, Morrissey opened his set with Smiths song 'I Want The One I Can't Have'.
Keeping audience banter to a minimum, Morrissey reeled through a list of popular songs including 'First Of The Gang To Die' and 'Everyday Is Like Sunday'.
"I will sing as fast as I can," he said. "I know you're all waiting to see U2."
Morrissey also included classic Smiths songs 'Shoplifters Of The World Unite' and 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out'. He went on to joke: "If you can bear a new song - if you can bear an old song - 'People Are The Same Everywhere'," before beginning the track.
Morrissey introduced his band, hailing from London, Chicago and Mexico, all wearing the same grey polo shirt. He himself changed from a black shirt to a red one while the band performed an instrumental.
After playing a few more songs, Morrissey covered 'Satellite Of Love' by Lou Reed.
"I was very pleased to hear that a bill had passed today to stop using animals in circuses," Morrissey said. "I hear David Cameron tried to block the bill. What a silly twit." He then played 'Meat Is Murder'.
The set concluded with 'Irish Blood, English Heart' and 'This Charming Man'.
Morrissey's setlist was as follows:
1. 'I Want The One I Can't Have'
2. 'First Of The Gang To Die'
3. 'You Have Killed Me'
4. 'Shoplifters Of The World Unite'
5. 'Everyday Is Like Sunday'
6. 'There Is A Light That Never Goes Out'
7. 'Alma Matters'
8. 'People Are The Same Everywhere'
9. 'Satellite of Love'
10. 'Meat Is Murder'
11. 'One Day My Goodbye Will Be Farewell'
12. 'Action Is My Middle Name'
13. 'I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris'
14. 'Irish Blood, English Heart'
15. 'This Charming Man'
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Watch Morrissey perform 'First of the Gang to Die' at Glastonbury 2011 below: