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    Did anyone go?
    What was it like?
    What was moz like between songs,much banter or quiet?

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    I Want The One I Can't Have
    Irish Blood, English Heart
    You Have Killed Me
    You're The One For Me, Fatty
    First Of The Gang To Die
    Speedway
    Scandinavia
    Ouija Board, Ouija Board
    I Know It's Over
    I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris
    Action Is My Middle Name
    Black Cloud
    People Are The Same Everywhere
    Satellite Of Love
    Alma Matters
    Everyday Is Like Sunday
    Meat Is Murder
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    There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

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    Black cloud in exchange for shoplifters....belting

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    gonna be at tomorrow's cant wait!

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    troll

    Last edited by davidt; July 29, 2011 at 10:30 PM.

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    Glad I sold my tickets

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    Glad I sold my tickets
    I hope you made a handsome profit!

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    I hope you made a handsome profit!
    Sold for retail, the Glastonbury gig changed my mind

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    anyone know what time he came on stage tonight??

    Cheers

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    Sold for retail, the Glastonbury gig changed my mind
    Fair enough. I didn't buy any tickets this time around. They were awful on their last tour and I couldn't bring myself to waste another 40 (I even left the gig early it was so dull and predictable). I actually turned over halfway through the Glastonbury performance to watch Eastenders or something. It's just isn't like the old days anymore.

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    Anony Moz

    Well done for selling your tickets.

    RESPECT

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    Fair enough. I didn't buy any tickets this time around. They were awful on their last tour and I couldn't bring myself to waste another 40 (I even left the gig early it was so dull and predictable). I actually turned over halfway through the Glastonbury performance to watch Eastenders or something. It's just isn't like the old days anymore.

    Speedway was the only song I wanted to hear again


    Ilford is still my favourite gig over the many years I've seen Moz

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    Ilford why? Sunday London pubs closed at 3

    Skin heads
    Asians
    Indie kids
    Moz fans
    Essex boys

    All queuing for the same thing,

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    Hmm ... post on a forum topic about a gig to say you were glad you weren't there. All you know about it is the set list...
    It is probably best for all concerned you sold your tickets

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    Speedway was the only song I wanted to hear again


    Ilford is still my favourite gig over the many years I've seen Moz
    The set-list is pretty dire, isn't it? Speedway and I Know It's Over, I'd've liked to have heard, but as for the rest? No, ta, seen & heard it all before ... performed by better musicians.

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    Ilford why? Sunday London pubs closed at 3

    Skin heads
    Asians
    Indie kids
    Moz fans
    Essex boys

    All queuing for the same thing,
    Dunno where you live but it must be pretty exotic since there are no skinheads around anymore. Just cause people shave heads and wear Fred Perry does not turn them into skinheads.
    And as far as Essex Boys go there are a lot of different styles of those about despite the cliche's. You only see the ones that show up at places but just like the saying goes "you're not right just because you shout the loudest" and the same with Essex Boys, there are a lot of men in Essex far removed from that lifestyle and image and it's not unique for Essex in any way.

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    Glad "This Charming Man" has been removed from the set list.
    Adding Black Cloud though Morrissey? Why didn't you choose a song from your earlier solo career? Tomorrow or Boxers prehaps? Or a song like The End Of The Family Line or Girl Least Likely To?

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    Dunno where you live but it must be pretty exotic since there are no skinheads around anymore. Just cause people shave heads and wear Fred Perry does not turn them into skinheads.
    And as far as Essex Boys go there are a lot of different styles of those about despite the cliche's. You only see the ones that show up at places but just like the saying goes "you're not right just because you shout the loudest" and the same with Essex Boys, there are a lot of men in Essex far removed from that lifestyle and image and it's not unique for Essex in any way.
    South end bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    Fair enough. I didn't buy any tickets this time around. They were awful on their last tour and I couldn't bring myself to waste another 40 (I even left the gig early it was so dull and predictable). I actually turned over halfway through the Glastonbury performance to watch Eastenders or something. It's just isn't like the old days anymore.
    You are idiot, what are you doing here, FO

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