posted by davidt on Monday December 18 2006, @02:00PM
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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


setlist provided by joe
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  • Hamburg setlist (Score:0, Offtopic)

    Hi guys! What can I say other than... Wow! That was an AWESOME Moz gig!!! And also my last for this tour. Hope you’ve appreciated my speedy setlist updates. Thank you and goodnight!

    BACKDROP PHOTO: Ainsley Harriot

    ENTRANCE MUSIC: 2 Unlimited - No Limit

    Setlist:

    Ammunition
    In The Future When All's Welsh (Official song of Plaid Cymru's 2007 Election Campaign)
    ? New Song? (Chorus: “I am two people/One is Tommy Cannon/The other’s Bobby Ball/Oo-e-oo rock on Tommy”)
    Medley: Ganglord/Gangster’s Paradise/I’m The Leader Of The Gang (I Am)
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    BOZ'S SOLO SPOT: In which special guest Gillian McKeith forces Mr Boorer to confront the sight of four end-to-end dining tables straining under the weight of a to-scale recreation of the Himalayas made out of Steak & Kidney pies. Which, as McKeith informs the audience, is everything Boz has eaten since breakfast. At which point Morrissey, accompanied only by Mikey on spoons, sings accapella; "The first of the band with a pie in his hand/And the first to drink brine/ The first of the gang to DIET/Such a chubby boy!"
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    Don’t Make Fun Of “Don’t Make Fun Of Daddy’s Voice”
    Wast Night I Dweamt That Somebody Wuved Me (twee version of Smiths classic performed by Morrissey in a Tweetie Pie costume whilst stroking a puppy)
    George Michael’s Bones
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    JULIA RILEY SOLO SPOT: In which Miss Riley is wedded in matrimony to a lifesize effigy of Morrissey which she has spent the past 15 years constructing out of matchsticks and milk bottle tops. The ceremony is performed by the real Morrissey which causes minor confusion. As a result, the next three songs are all sung by the matchstick and milk bottle top effigy. Nobody notices.
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    Popular For The Last Time
    (I’m) The End Of The Metropolitan Line (transport themed version of Kill Uncle favourite performed by Morrissey in Casey Jones cap and breeches while balancing atop a Hornby trainset circling the stage)
    Here Comes De Hot Stepper (Mur-derer!)
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    DRAGON’S DEN SPOT: In which the real Morrissey (having reduced Miss Riley’s fabricated impostor to a pile of ashes which Julia has now been forced to smoke in a bong) sits on a throne centre stage while various band members, past and present, must unveil their prospective tunes for his next album (provisionally titled French Letters From The Dustbin Of Gethsemane). Boz Boorer’s predictable melodies are met with a stifled yawn. Alain Whyte, wheeled in wearing a strait-jacket on day release from a high security loony bin, offers some fine toe-tapping tunes which Morrissey graciously accepts by forcing Alain to sign away all rights for a -10% royalty (meaning Whyte now owes Morrissey the sum of £2,670,051 for the privilege of co-writing). Finally, Jesse Tobias struggles to form a bar chord but since he’s a nice Mexican boy who’s happy to be paid in chocolate buttons, Morrissey claps enthusiastically while roaring “second single, CD1, track 3!”.
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    The Boy Racer
    Please Please Please Let Me [PARP!] Who I [CLANG!] (Side-splitting innuendo strewn rewrite of Smiths classic featuring a variety of strategically placed bells, horns and whistles, each accompanied by Morrissey arching his eyebrows and shoving his tongue into the corner of his cheek so that from a certain angle it looks as if he’s sucking a king size Snickers bar. This version will of course be universally defended on Morrissey-Solo.com as being in no way lewd, cheap or derogatory)
    David Attenborough On The Guillotine
    Thank You For The Music (The Coins I’m Raking)
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    ENCORE: Push It (duet with Bill ‘Greengrass‘ Maynard)

    EXIT MUSIC: Snooker Loopy - Chas & Dave

    MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE “REAL” FAKER

    2006 Torments: Grimsby 4 May/Halifax 10 May/Reading 17 May/Monterrey 18 Nov/Hamburg 18 Dec - any others were fake fakers.
    Anonymous -- Monday December 18 2006, @02:09PM (#243835)
  • i have suddenly come to this conclusion:
    you are all bonkers.
    Anonymous -- Monday December 18 2006, @02:38PM (#243841)
  • Umm... I think the setlist posted on the top belongs to last night... (though he might've performed the same songs tonight as well)
    davdavon -- Monday December 18 2006, @02:41PM (#243842)
    (User #15130 Info)
  • At the end of the Germany Tour of Morrissey please allow me to write some thoughts and memories from the last days. I have been to the concerts in Luxembourg, Frankfurt, Munich and Duesseldorf which means 4 concerts in just 6 days. My dreams came true and it was the best time which I can imagine. I am sure that I will feed on these days in the future whatever comes…

    Please excuse that I have placed my memories in the Hamburg entry although I have not been there because I have wrote it just today. So here is the sum-up after many kilometers and hours on the road and in front of the stage:

    Highlights of all concerts

    - Morrissey in top form and always in a good temper, he really enjoys this tour
    - longest set-list ever, how many years have we hoped for this?
    - The Lads also great, they match now perfectly together.
    - “Please, please, please”, this songs directly hits my heart. Even if this song
    would be the only song, all efforts would be worthwhile
    - “Let me kiss you”, “Pigsty”, “You have killed me”, “William” – just perfect!
    - Mikey playing the synthizer at the end of “Everyday” and notes of “Auld Lang Syne”
    - Venues nearly sold out, not bad for Germany
    - My “travels” from row 8 or 9 to 1 or 2. “Panic” was the starter`s gun, please believe that nobody was hurted by me… everyone was so surprised about the movings of the whole crowd and I just “flew” to the front…
    - The videos before Moz came on stage. For everyone who wants to know the dreams and longings of young Morrissey in his bedroom of the 70`s, have a look at the “joint footage” of the Dolls: This is exactly the world
    where Moz wanted to be part of but it was absolutely unaccessible for him in his teenage years.

    Highlights Luxembourg

    - We came in around 7.30pm and could stand in row 2
    - Morrissey`s telescope, saying “There is an audience!”
    - Perfect sound, new Rockhal has the name rightly
    - Me standing directly behind Julia: So it was a chain of Morrissey (reaching out the microphone), Julia (speaking into the microphone) and me (observing what is just happening in front of me). Very bizarre, unbelievable and amazing if I think of it now.
    - Handshake

    Highlights Frankfurt

    - Meeting Micha and some other german Morrissey followers which I had contact with or heard of for many years. Now we met in person for the first time. Really hope we can stay in contact!
    - Standing next to the Belgium guy who gave Morrissey a cigar as present.
    - Morrissey wearing the cigar on the right ear, reminded me of Linder`s photos.
    - Handshake
    - Setlist of Jesse (thank you!)

    Highlights Munich

    - "In my life, I've never had romance, I can live with that, I've survived. So I've never been in the situation where you love someone and they love you back. I've heard of people and I know it exists, but not for me. However pathetically, at the age of 47 I still live in hope. What I do have in my life, however, is my little songs, and this next one is called Let Me Kiss You."

    Yes, he really said that and I think it sums up everything. At once, all the talk and thoughts of the people who do not understand me (“Why do you go 4 times to the same concert?...”) are irrelevant. In these moments time and place and all the problems of daily life disappear. Morrissey opens his heart and at least myself fell in love with him again…

    - Setlist of Jesse (thank you again!)
    - small chat with the light technician (“where are the orange signal lamps, I miss them.” “We changed it a little bit.” Why? Nobody knows...)

    Highlights Duesseldorf

    - Best audience of the 4 concerts, most people knew all songs, I think many german followers met here together
    - Morrissey saying that he played here for the last time in 1986.
    - Waiting outside for the Great Mozzer after the concert. Nice chat with Belgium followers.

    Lowlights

    Honestly, there weren`t any negative things except that one local security
    Gregor -- Monday December 18 2006, @02:48PM (#243845)
    (User #17951 Info)
  • Just back from Hamburg!
    The show was wonderful again, but Morrissey seemed not very impressed by the audience reaction. "For those who don´t liked me, I will grow on you!".
    Setlist was the same! He only threw one shirt to the crowd and a huge fight broke out and the staff were forced to solve the situation.
    I cannot remember everything he said. Inbetween he seemed to be a bit bored or tired. Nevertheless a good show, but not as good as in Düsseldorf.
    There were about 3000-3500 people in this huge arena, which was mor than half empty.
    Have to go to bed now.

    Greetings from Germany
    - Joe
    Anonymous -- Monday December 18 2006, @03:21PM (#243850)
  • What about the genocide of millions of Jews and other ubermenchen
    I haven't forgotten, maybe you all have, I haven't

    Hey Moz, play Japan next
    Anonymous -- Monday December 18 2006, @04:06PM (#243857)
  • hamburg humbug youll always be
    Anonymous -- Monday December 18 2006, @05:32PM (#243880)
    • Re:Hamburg by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday December 18 2006, @05:34PM
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      • Re:Hamburg by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday December 19 2006, @06:56AM
        • Re:Hamburg by Tomi (Score:1) Friday December 22 2006, @10:02AM
  • Another great night in Germany!
    Super setlist (highlights were again Please, Please, Please, NF Disco and EILS) and a great aftershow in the Motor Club.

    Final gig for me is tomorrow in Amsterdam [heinekenmusichall.nl], with another geat afterparty show [chello.nl] no doubt and then I'll be ready for Xmas (I'll be ready for everything...)

    Dittmar
    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @12:54AM (#243892)
  • I've seen far better shows than last night.... the crowd was boring and rather so was Morrissey. The setlist, as a friend of mine pointed out, is played the wrong way round. How can you drop all those gems at the beginning and then just fade out towards the end? I brought three people who saw him for the first time, and to no surprise, they weren't very impressed. His voice was good, his performance solid, but all in all it was far from great. I was in no way able to prove why he's so special and what it is I see in him. It also seems to me that some of the more energetic songs are played rather slow these days which I don't like.

    So, the bottom line is, I expected a bit more from my first show in months and last show for this year. But well, I'm sure there'll be a next time.

    Happy Christmas everyone.

    Mozzarella -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @02:03AM (#243896)
    (User #864 Info | http://www.bozboorer.com/)
    If I wasn't a cat, I'd be a girl.
    • Re:I dunno by Tomi (Score:1) Tuesday December 19 2006, @09:17AM
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  • My first Moz show ever...and I was a little embarassed by the low attendance and the lukewarm audience. Hamburg seemed seasick, yet still docked. Anyway, the show itself was great fun, his masters' voice and spirits were beyond my expectations (his between-songs banters were hilarious!) and his Ganglords were in full swing: tight, precise and absolutely brillant (Matt Walker - ace!).
    Talking about the setlist...sure, it's the Ringleader Tour and tunes like "Boy Happy" or "In The Future" really gain weight with their rawer, edgier live sound - but nine new tracks were a little too much...and I really missed "Hairdresser", "Bigmouth" and that certain light that never goes out. But then again, who am I to criticise? In Moz We Trust!

    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @02:18AM (#243897)
  • as I have moved away...
    Morissey, come home to Manchester where I'll give you a proper welcome ;)
    XXXxxxXXX
    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @02:29AM (#243898)
  • It may be caused by the fact that it was my first moz-gig and I waited for it for years, but in my opinion the show was just GREAT and AMAZING! Moz' voice was in the best form you could expect, the band is just perfect (Mike Farrell!!) and the audience was better than I thought it could be (you know the cliché about the quiet people in northern germany - but there were so many people just having fun (me included)). A bit sad, that after all there were just roundabout 5000 people altogether, Moz definetely deserves more! After the show you always find songs, that could have been played, but I would never complain about the played songs. William, Irish Blood, how soon....what do you want more?
    So, thank you Morrissey for an unforgettable evening and please come back to Germany (and no more seven years to wait ;))!
    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @03:42AM (#243901)
    • Re:Hamburg by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday December 19 2006, @05:32AM
      • Re:Hamburg by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday December 19 2006, @08:54AM
  • does anyone want to buy tickets for the last gig?
    i just want what i paid for them if anyone is interested?
    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @09:46AM (#243935)
  • Fabtastic evening...Kristeen, film screenings + great moz set. Perfect flow from start to finish. Terrible venue, but few holstens and it wasn't so bad. There seemed to be many Saris from Finland at this show:). Some decent shots from Berlin + Hamburg

    www.flickr.com/photos/wiltteri/

    + the ringleader set

    nvg
    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @12:10PM (#243953)
    • Re:pictures by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday December 19 2006, @12:15PM
  • 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

    setlist provided by Joe
    Anonymous -- Tuesday December 19 2006, @12:36PM (#243958)
  • Look here, a nice story about moz in hamburg. unfortunately in german, but as far as i understand it, he liked the gig... nice pictures anyway!
    http://www.zeit.de/online/2006/52/bildergalerie-mo rrissey
    Anonymous -- Wednesday December 20 2006, @08:21AM (#244078)
    • Re:Look here by Lola runs (Score:1) Thursday December 21 2006, @01:28AM
  • I.... I almost don't want to be critical, but honestly, the only thing less funny than you is genocide. But it's so marginal I think many would disagree.

    The reason I don't want to be critical is that your repeated posts are so wearysome they're almost bad. Please drown yourself. It's not that we don't have a sense of homour, it's just that there needs to be an element of homour in the first place.

    And that goes for the longer post above too. And now I can't believe I've even commented on this. GO AWAY. And you above. GO AWAY.
    • Re:Set List by Stan (Score:1) Monday December 18 2006, @05:18PM
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