Placebo play anti-slavery gig at Angkor Wat.
Had there been a roof, Placebo would have raised it as they headlined the first rock concert in history at Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple.
Some 1,200 fans of all ages, mostly Cambodian, watched the London-based alternative rockers top a bill on Sunday (local time) backed by musicians from Cambodia and across the world in aid of a campaign against human trafficking.
"I cannot believe that in a supposedly civilised world this kind of heinous form of modern slavery still exists, and I truly believe that we can all do something to stop this," frontman Brian Molko said.
"It all starts with caring and compassion."
It was Placebo who predictably stole the show with a number of their greatest hits, including Meds and Teenage Angst.
"I'm very happy it's mostly local people in the audience tonight," Molko said shortly before taking to the stage in his trademark androgynous make-up and long black hair.