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American EDM-pop duo The Chainsmokers took Byblos International Festival by storm Wednesday night, performing for an opening-night crowd of 9,000 excited fans.The Chainsmokers made their entrance with a remixed dance version of their songs "Sick Boy," "Inside Out" and "Don't Let Me Down," much to the electric excitement of the young audience.Many of their tunes feature vocals by other artists, such as Daya or Emily Warren, so, for this show, their contributions were delivered via the mix board. Saxobeat" and "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics.For their supposedly last songs The Chainsmokers performed the full version of "Sick Boy," followed by a new song called "Side Effects," which was released last Friday.
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