posted by davidt on Sunday December 10 2006, @03:00PM
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Set List:

Panic / First Of The Gang To Die / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / You Have Killed Me / Disappointed / Ganglord / I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now / William, It Was Really Nothing / Irish Blood, English Heart / I Will See You In Far-off Places / Girlfriend In A Coma / Everyday Is Like Sunday / In The Future When All's Well / I've Changed My Plea To Guilty / Let Me Kiss You / The National Front Disco / Dear God, Please Help Me / How Soon Is Now? / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / Life Is A Pigsty // Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want / Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice

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  • at atease there are updates every song playing via mobile....
    Anonymous -- Sunday December 10 2006, @03:22PM (#242703)
  • Surely the right time to play this blast from the past! .."writing frightning verse to a buck-toothed girl in Luxembourg"...
    Desert Pilot -- Sunday December 10 2006, @03:36PM (#242711)
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    • Re:Will he play Ask? by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday December 11 2006, @06:45AM
    • but... by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday December 11 2006, @02:57PM
  • a perfect evening (Score:2, Insightful)

    This was a perfect evening. The hall was not full but Morrissey and the band seemed to have had a really good time, they looked really happy. Atmosphere was super, one lucky guy even managed a stage invasion and received a friendly comment and a smile from an obviously pleased Morrissey. Lots of talking and funny comments; Moz came on stage with a looking glass and after a few seconds said "there IS an audience". Later he asked "do you remember Vicki Leandros and [somebody else]?" some shouted yes, so he said "that's strange", and when asked why, he said "because I don't remember them"...
    He also said something about Gwen Stefano [sic!], later got back to it and explicitly said he liked her.
    Dedicated one song to the buck-toothed girls.
    Perfect, long setlist (same like last concert, I think) and a nice end of the gig: Morrissey didn't run off immediately but stayed a few seconds to again touch some people's hands.
    Lovely! And worth every hour of waiting in the cold.
    moyen -- Sunday December 10 2006, @06:01PM (#242725)
    (User #17885 Info)
  • Morrissey is so Sexxy Gorgeious.
    Anonymous -- Sunday December 10 2006, @09:51PM (#242734)
    • Re:WoW by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday December 11 2006, @03:02AM
      • Re:WoW by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday December 11 2006, @04:03AM
        • Re:WoW by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday December 12 2006, @06:42AM
  • panic
    first of
    killed me
    far off's
    kiss you
    dear god
    how soon now
    boy happy
    please please
    daddys voice
    Anonymous -- Sunday December 10 2006, @11:37PM (#242737)
    • Re:setlist by Trevor (Score:1) Monday December 11 2006, @09:14AM
  • What about the capacity?
    Not sold out??
    Anonymous -- Monday December 11 2006, @03:06AM (#242750)
  • Does anyone know who the actor on the huge picture in the background is?
    Al Mondy -- Monday December 11 2006, @09:29AM (#242801)
    (User #17891 Info)
  • It was indeed a great show !

    It was worth it to come all te way from Belgium.
    We were at the first row. We met some friendly English people there.

    It was a long concert: +/- 1u 45 min !

    He was in a very good mood. Almost everybody at the first row could shake hands with Morrissey. The stage was very close to the audience ! We didn't manage to shake hands with the man, sadly !

    He was making jokes about the new single entering in the charts at number 13.

    Julia got the microphone and had to say some poetry. It wasn't actually...

    Nice to hear a different setlist !

    Pigsty was wonderful again, of course !

    Someone behind us was calling 'I like you' all the time to Moz between the songs. He replied "You mean the song, or what?" Then he said "Alcohol, Medicins, anything can help you !"
    Kristof -- Monday December 11 2006, @09:51AM (#242804)
    (User #8609 Info)
  • ... or is Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice just about the crappest way imaginable to end a Morrissey gig?
    Anonymous -- Monday December 11 2006, @11:26AM (#242813)
  • ..were Pigsty, Please Please, Moz voice all over

    Downers: HWINow sounded worse than ever before
    the band also slaughtered William a.o.
    sack the band, moz

    Anonymous -- Monday December 11 2006, @01:38PM (#242836)
  • Just got back to Scotland from Luxembourg gig and I must say it was one of the best.
    I was with my best friend (a non fan) and was really anxious that she would enjoy it and feel the PASSION of Morrissey fans.

    And now comes my biggest regret EVER!. My friend lives about 10 mins drive from Rockal and because she had never been there before, we decided to go there in the afternoon to check out parking etc.After driving about around (dis)used railway lines and a former steel works, which was a spectacular and appropriate backdrop to Morrissey playing in Rockall I thought, we drove through the mesh gates through to the back of the Rockall car park. There was no-one around.
      Just as we were about to leave through the gates again, a security guard came out and was, I guess, wondering what we were doing. Just at that moment,a single decker bus appeared and the driver gesticulated to my friend to move over to the right so he could get through gates. My friend then said that it was a GB bus. Can you see where I'm going with this?... and just at that moment the security guard came over to our car to ask what we were doing.

    At the same time, the bus started to empty and the third person I recognised coming out was Gary, followed by Morrissey. What then ensued was like something from Monty Python. I screamed to my friend... Its him, Its him... as my legs turned to jelly at the most inappropriate moment. She in turn screamed to the security man.. He's there. She loves him. She's from Scotland'(???). He just kept talking in French but was being really friendly to her.

    Meanwhile Morrissey and rest of the guys, who were about 3 feet!! away from our car were chatting to each other for about a minute before going through to the hall and still my legs wouldn't budge. After a couple of minutes it was all over and he was gone.

    What a wasted opportunity. I am still beating myself up over this as I'm certain Morrissey would have at least said Hello.
    I feel certain I will never get the opportunity again and it pains me. O well.

    Back to gig, crowd were really up for it I felt and although not the biggest crowd, there was immense passion. Sound was the best I've heard, really clear. His performance was spellbinding and my friend, who previously used to say, you know, the usual, about depressing, maudlin Morrissey etc, has completly done a U turn. Job Done.

    Also hello to Ian and Steph ( regular solo posters, from London) who we met and coincidently we found they were staying that night around the corner from where my friend lives so we could offer them a lift home.

    On a separate point, I wish to distance myself COMPLETELY, from the girl who kept shouting ' I LIKE YOU' continuously during anytime Morrissey tried to speak. It was effing NONSTOP and she was right next to my ear!!!!
    I on the other hand shouted once.. Morrissey, I love you (which was a spontanious, heartfelt gesture from me), once he had finished speaking to the man in the front row and thats when Morrissey replied something along the lines of 'help or medication or both' though I wish he had just said 'thank-you'.

    All in all a great night and my nerve ends are still jangling. Hope everyone there felt the same.

    please excuse spelling,grammer etc, 2 hours sleep in last 36 hours.

    Goodnight and thankyou
    Anonymous -- Monday December 11 2006, @02:00PM (#242841)
  • Well, I was waiting this moment for so long that I thought I would have never happened. Mr the Moz in person, my favourite idol, in concert in Luxembourg. BUT, first problem: this will take place in Esch (probably one of the ugliest town of the country, the concert room is nice though...), 2nd problem: two days after his show at wembley where the crowd is much bigger and enthousiastic than here, it will be such a strange contrast. Will "HE" be willing to give a respectable concert? To my surprise, YES!
    The Moz was incredibly charismatic, in a good mood, having such a marvelous presence on stage and still one of the most beautiful and warmest voice on earth. Still very nostalgic of the Smiths period, I went banana's when Morrissey started his show with "Panic". "First of the gang to die", "You have killed me" and "Girlfriend in a coma" and my heart was full. But after the first hour, stangely, still no more masterpieces, only songs that made me remembered Morrissey as genious as he has always been, could as any other artist could write more than usual songs, not very far from useless ("Let me kiss you", "I've Changed My Plea To Guilty"...). Strangely, not even one song from "The Queen is dead" which is still acclaimed in 2006 as one of the best pop album of all times, not one from "Vauxhall and I", probably his best solo album. "What's the hell is that?" I thought. Apparently, looking around in the crowd, watching people finding the time long sometimes, I was not the only one to have this feeling. And even if "Everyday Is Like Sunday", "how soon is now?" and "the national front disco" had the magic to electrify the crowd, those moments were unhopefully to rare. Ending up the show on "Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice" was nearly an insult.
    Moz, you stay my favourite idol, but the next time, please select your songs.
    Kind regards, Julien
    Jed -- Monday December 11 2006, @02:43PM (#242851)
    (User #17893 Info)
  • please with there is a light
    Anonymous -- Monday December 11 2006, @03:43PM (#242859)
  • Pictures of the show here, the two black and White are of Belgian photographer David Laurent, a gallery will follow soon, keep an eye on the post ! 2980&start=0 []
    vespaboy -- Thursday December 14 2006, @01:41PM (#243354)
    (User #17928 Info)
  • stupid anti-morrissey
    Anonymous -- Sunday December 10 2006, @03:26PM (#242705)
    • Re:Fuck you by Anonymous (Score:0) Sunday December 10 2006, @03:31PM
      • Re:Fuck you by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday December 11 2006, @03:00AM
        • Re:Fuck you by jinny (Score:1) Tuesday December 12 2006, @10:24AM
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