posted by davidt on Wednesday July 05 2006, @12:00PM
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Set List:

How Soon Is Now? / First Of The Gang To Die / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / In The Future When All's Well / Ganglord / Girlfriend In A Coma / Let Me Kiss You / I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now / You Have Killed Me / Life Is A Pigsty / I Will See You In Far-off Places / To Me You Are A Work Of Art / My Life Is A Succession Of People Saying Goodbye / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / Irish Blood, English Heart / Human Being / Panic // Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me


setlist provided by fki
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  • It seems that Morrissey’s guest for this appearance is a Hungarian band called Heaven Street Seven.

    On http://ebba.intbase.com/artists/artist_09.html , some information is available, such as this introduction: “Well, it happened as follows... ....the band was formed by two - previously musically experienced - college students, Krisztián Sz_cs and Róbert Németh in 1995. They were very soon joined by Endre Kiss (guitar) and Gyula Orbán (drums), after which, in the summer of '95, they recorded their debut album in Stuttgart, Tick Tock No Fear which was self-released , and contained only English lyrics. Shortly they recruited Gábor Balczer (guitar), who their drummer knew and played with in their earlier bands.

    This new set-up recorded their follow-up album in the summer of '96 - just like in the case of all their albums until Cukor - in Stuttgart with the help of producer - sound engineer Bernhard Hahn. The bouquet of songs later named Goal was released by 1G Records, an exclusive label of Warner Music Hungary. The video for Wallflower brought considerable local popularity for the four piece band (Kiss had left the group by then), but - what a misunderstanding! - quiet a number of people thought that they saw a "pretty good British band" on the TV screen…”

    Their official website, in Hungarian mainly but where songs are uploaded, seems to be
    http://www.hs7.hu/teaser/
    goinghome -- Wednesday July 05 2006, @12:39PM (#227300)
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  • Setlist (Score:2, Informative)

    01. How Soon Is Now?
    02. First Of The Gang To Die
    03. The Youngest Was The Most Loved
    04. In The Future When All's Well
    05. Ganglord
    06. Girlfriend In A Coma
    07. Let Me Kiss You
    08. I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now
    09. You Have Killed Me
    10. Life Is A Pigsty
    11. I Will See You In Far-off Places
    12. To Me You Are A Work Of Art
    13. My Life Is A Succession Of People Saying Goodbye
    14. I Just Want To See The Boy Happy
    15. Irish Blood, English Heart
    16. Human Being (New York Dolls)
    17. Panic

    Encore:
    18. Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me

    I recorded the show (not the best quality but it is great for collectors). Will be shared on dimeadozen soon.

    -fki-
    fki -- Wednesday July 05 2006, @01:31PM (#227307)
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    • Re:Setlist by fwd2006 (Score:1) Wednesday July 05 2006, @01:59PM
      • Re:Setlist by Anonymous (Score:0) Wednesday July 05 2006, @07:29PM
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          • Re:Setlist by fwd2006 (Score:1) Thursday July 06 2006, @05:04AM
          • Re:Setlist by KingSize (Score:1) Saturday July 08 2006, @01:21AM
    • Re:Setlist by fki (Score:1) Thursday July 06 2006, @01:12AM
      • Re:Setlist by becherpig (Score:1) Thursday July 06 2006, @02:28AM
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  • it was GREAT. Honestly, I didn't expect the gig to be that great b/c his Mozesty's myth is bigger than his music IMO. He still has excellent voice, humor and the music was really enjoyable. I mean when the volume is up everything is more digestable even his sappy songs are :)
    The band played four Smiths-songs: How Soon is Now, Girlfriend in a Coma, Panic, and Last Night I Dreamt..., plus a New York Dolls' cover.
    Only a few thousand fans came, and of course, Moz complained that his latest album didn't sell well in Hungary.
    It was a 1h 20m gig - toooooo short for such a singular experience.
    He sang some of his sentimental songs with such pathos I thought the next moment the sky would open and he'd ascend to heaven from the earth :)
    God bless him - he's one of my heros.

    Anonymous -- Wednesday July 05 2006, @07:04PM (#227359)
  • Let me hold you again Moz.
    I love you so.
    X
    Anonymous -- Wednesday July 05 2006, @09:21PM (#227370)
    • Re:timelessly by Anonymous (Score:0) Thursday July 06 2006, @05:18AM
  • Panic // Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me

    Is he reading these boards? A more festival friendly set IMHO

    Come come Benicassim!!

    BLUEBIRDS
    Anonymous -- Thursday July 06 2006, @03:28AM (#227399)
  • not living in europe, and not being able to attend many gigs in general due to school + work... I gotta say, what a goddamned great set list. I hope there's a live album that comes out of this tour, if only as a bonus cd on the "platinum" or "einsteinium" edition of RotT. is it true there was a 3-record deal w/ sanctuary/attack? I wonder what prop he'll be holding on that record... I was hoping it would be a bottle, but that made one of the single sleeves. maybe he'll be holding flowers, once more...
    mattorefice <[email protected]> -- Thursday July 06 2006, @05:49AM (#227414)
    (User #2318 Info | http://pechogrande.com/)
    Leslie Towne Hope = Packy West
  • Being a Mancunian resident in Budapest it was unexpected and wonderful to see an old friend play his first gig in Hungary. The last time I saw him was the 1992 Finsbury Park Union Jack. Remember that? The Petofi Csarnock (=market) is fittingly named after the working class poet Petofi who started the 1848 Revolution against the Austrians armed with a poem.
    A massive How Soon Is Now? was followed by "I hope you speak Englsih cos we don't speak Hungarian."
    First of the Gang to Die, then a bit of a chat about Nico, who Moz said was his favourite singer and born in Budapest, which seemed to be news to most Magyars present, "just by that tree there", and not in Germany where she is often said to be from (I think she lied about her age too!). He also said they were worried nobody would be waiting for them when they arrived, but actually the 2,000-3,000 outdoor commie-era arena was pretty full, considering that a 40 euro ticket represents a lot of money to find for the average magyar.
    "The Pigsty Five" were extremely tight and Morrissey was enjoying himself. Backdrop was Oscar Wilde, big gong behind the drummer for the end of I Will See You... He said he had looked for his new record in Media Markt, getting a groan from the audience. "Oh, is that shit?" asked Mozzer.
    A few more tunes, new B-side Ganglord was good, Girlfriend In a Coma was immense and funny as always, with Moz uninterestedly scratching his head for the "do you really think she'll pull through?" lines...
    Shirt change, to a pink number, old one naturally thrown into the audience, and Morrissey bathed in orange light and the band in green for the next tune.
    His voice is maturing in the way that Sinatra's and Johnny Cash's did. As I remember, he was considered a great lyricist, rather than singer, as a young man, even a bit flat on a couple of recordings. His delivery of the songs was flawless though, very affecting.
    At times the language barrier was a factor, as the man likes to make a bit of conversation, but Hungarians are a smart bunch, especially the Smiths fans, and the what the banter lacked was carried through with his legendary charm and charisma.
    Finished with Panic, then Last Night I Dreamt... for the encore, sung with conviction, even after all these years, and after another shirt fling my old friend was off to Croatia.. Lights went up to that Sinatra number "That's Life, i think its called...?"
    But the true highlight for me was a brief conversation I had with the great poet during the concert. "Mozza" I shouted. "What?" he replied.
    Priceless Wildean wit, as always, but expect nothing less from a true star, trooper, 21st century torch singer, survivor, and "last and never least" POET...

    budapestmancunian -- Thursday July 06 2006, @07:42AM (#227422)
    (User #17038 Info)
  • Morrissey

    x
    Anonymous -- Thursday July 06 2006, @12:12PM (#227449)
  • Fantastic, few gags at the expense of the magyorok. Top stuff
    Anonymous -- Thursday July 06 2006, @01:52PM (#227478)
  • Thanks to FKI for doing it.

    http://forums.morrissey-solo.com/showthread.php?p= 341929#post341929

    Or go to www.dimeadozen.org for the FLAC version.
    dallow_bg <[email protected]> -- Thursday July 06 2006, @05:07PM (#227513)
    (User #10559 Info | http://www.dolefulorange.com/)
    "All the people I like are those that are dead."
  • score: -1 (troll)for that me thinks, do you expect us to believe you're not freeyourself's troll?, he has a troll, you are the troll.

    hahahaha freeyourself rocks!
    Anonymous -- Thursday July 06 2006, @01:11PM (#227457)
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