posted by davidt on Saturday November 06 2004, @08:00PM
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Set List:

First Of The Gang To Die / How Soon Is Now? / November Spawned A Monster / I Like You / Bigmouth Strikes Again / Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference / Subway Train (into) Everyday Is Like Sunday / Let Me Kiss You / Shoplifters Of The World Unite / Irish Blood, English Heart / The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores / How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel? / Now My Heart Is Full / Rubber Ring / The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get // There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

setlist provided by jorgesmith1970
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  • can't wait to hear about this one!
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 06 2004, @08:52PM (#136267)
  • I've just arrived from the show and it was amazing, well, actually it was more than that, much more than that, as soon as i figure out a good adjetive to descrive it I'll use it. The set-list was pretty much the same Morrissey has been playing lately, which means it was a great list! He was in a good mood, despite the fact that the sound on stage was not as good as it should had been (he apologized several times because of this, he even said sorry if he was sounding like a frog and said he felt he was just barking, fortunately this was not true, the sound outside the stage was ok!). The crowd used every little space between songs to sing his name, he really seemed pleased and surprised with this, then he talk about bush (in a negative way of course) wich made the crowd scream ''hijo de puta'' (the spanish for ''motherfucker'') in his honor. Morrissey is awesome, I have no doubts about that, specially after what I saw tonight. Goobye.
    sergio sosa - * [email protected]
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 06 2004, @10:37PM (#136271)
  • just returned from the show.
    my worst Morrissey experience so far... but DONT blame him, blame the bloody awful organizer who made the band AND Morrissey sound "like a frog" (in his own words).
    highlight of the night: seeing Julia again.. she is such a nice person.
    and YES... he was dressed like a Priest Moz again!

    First Of The Gang To Die
    How Soon Is Now?
    November Spawned A Monster
    I Like You
    Bigmouth Strikes Again
    Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
    Subway Train (into) Everyday Is Like Sunday
    Let Me Kiss You
    Shoplifters Of The World Unite
    The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
    Irish Blood, English Heart
    Now My Heart Is Full
    Rubber Ring
    How Could Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel? (he didn't even finish the song... FUCK the promoter!!!)
    The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get
    There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
    charles byron <{boy_afraid} {at} {}> -- Saturday November 06 2004, @10:43PM (#136272)
    (User #49 Info)
    life without my sweetheart is only half a life
  • great music great band great vocalist great crowd... i love you moz and please come back soon
    fly -- Sunday November 07 2004, @12:40AM (#136280)
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  • it was a great show, despite some sound problems he seemed to have...
    ... im very glad he sang one of my fav songs "rubber ring" and many of his classics, and some of the new stuff as well.
    I was there with my boyfriend, quite close to the stage and although my whole body aches today im very happy i was able to see him from so close!!!
    I love you moz!! Argentina loves you!!
    Witbloem -- Sunday November 07 2004, @06:53AM (#136299)
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    we like driving on a saturday night
  • I have a kind of post show depression.
    I want to get back the time, to live last night again.
    Was something different from the first time in Argentina, more formal and musicaly perfect.
    I have no words to explain my last night experience. Incredible!!!

    ps: does enybody knows how long is morrissey staying in Buenos Aires??
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @06:58AM (#136300)
  • Personal Fest has to be the most stupid name I have ever heard. Maybe apart from Tinkerbell.
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @09:43AM (#136313)
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  • Hi everyone,

    I didn´t enjoyed last night show.
    Sound was terrible, Morrissey continuosly apologized to the point, I guess, to feel embarrassed. In moments he lost patience and didn´t finish few songs.
    The band sounded like if they just bought their equipment in a pawn shop.
    Also stage lighting was really dull.
    None of this is to blame them, actually I don´t care much about blaming when everything is said and done, but perhaps, if there is a next time with Moz here, the promoter will show more respect and appreciation for such artists.

    One more thing, and this one touches me personally.
    My relationship with Smiths/ Morrissey music not only comes from enjoying nice tunes but also from a communion of ideas. I consider myself a fan not because I may know the entire set of lyrics but because I share some thoughts in common.
    My wife and I are among those who think that being kind to others is the cool thing to do.
    Last night, we felt a bit out of place and couldn´t recognize that communion we have at home with the music since we didn´t expect we had to endure being there. Some of the audience was relentlessly pushing others with the vain & silly desire of getting a couple of feet closer to the stage, no matter if people ahead was being crushed or worse. We saw people falling to the floor and only luck saved them from being seriously hurt. I don´t see the point, the necessity or even the "coolness" in doing that.
    But you know, it´s just me with my little honest opinion.
    el sucre -- Sunday November 07 2004, @12:47PM (#136328)
    (User #13004 Info)
  • It was great. i din´t like the sound but morrisset is here, so it is espectacular. please don´t go away never
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @02:35PM (#136339)
  • The first time I saw a Morrissey show. In the first song I break in tears. I couldn´t believe that Morrissey was in the stage, just 5, 6 mts far away from the crowd.
    The sound was a little bad, but not too much. The people was very very energic...and sir Moz thanked that.

    Bigmouth Strikes Again! What a great moment!!!
    Morrissey asked about Julia again. Julia...where are you? Julia...I´m not singing. Who is singing?

    How soon is now? sounds ok...but with less energy than The Smiths.

    In Let Me Kiss You he said something like "I´m thinking about a horrible idea: Let me kiss you"

    In Such a little thing...change the line: ...simple for "complicated things of life".

    The end was great. I was in tears again because of the emotion.

    I love you MOZ. A great night, a great show. I will remember this for the rest of my life.


    Ps: the setlist provided by Charles Byron is ok! I think it´s in the correct order.

    Typical Me (in spanish):
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @02:56PM (#136340)
  • Morrissey´s show was great but a bit short for me. It lasted one hour and fifteen minutes. The show started with First of the gang to die. The audience was really excited. Morrisey was dressed in a priest suit. Sometimes the sound wasn´t good enough and becouse of this Morrisey apoligised. The greatest moment of the night took place when he started to perform Bigmouth strikes again. Morrisey said he had only one question and this was, 'who voted Bush?' and the he started to play The wolrd is full of crashing bores. He finished the show with There is a light that never goes out and he left teliing us 'God bless you!.' Thank you Morrisey for having come back to Argentina.
    Set list in order:
    First of the gang to die
    How soon is now?
    November spawned a mosnter
    I like you
    Bigmouth strikes again
    Such a little thing makes such a big difference
    Subway train/Everyday is like Sunday
    Let me kiss you
    Shoplifters of the world unite
    Irish blood, English heart
    The world is full of crashing bores
    How can anybody possibly know how I feel?
    Now my heart is full
    Rubber ring
    The more you ignore me, the closer I get
    There is a light that never goes out

    Sent by [email protected]
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @03:29PM (#136342)
  • Ha pasado un día del show y no veo ningún comentario contundente, ni fotografías!! y la lista de canciones!?

    En Chile hubo más emoción al parecer.
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @05:01PM (#136351)
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  • uuu es que aca es asi, por ejemplo el show depeche mode de 1994, martin declaró en una entrevista para un medio de usa que el de chile fué un concierto tremendo por la respuesta del publico, fue un karaoke de 16.000,
    a mi me gustaria haber ido a personal fest, tenia ganas de ver a primal scream pero por lo q vi la prensa no dió mucha cobertura al festival y de morrissey,mmmm nada aca salieron crónicas de antología como una del mercurio.

    hoy salió en las ultimas noticias que pj harvey declaró q le habia gustado chile y q hablaron con morrissey sobre la posibilidad de volver.
    morrissey estaria interesado en volver a chile
    por mi q se quede a vivir !!!!! jajajaj eso saludos hermanos argentinos y pongan mas emocion !!! ( la misma q le ponen al futbol ) ;)
    muchos saludos de chile
    chelomix78 -- Sunday November 07 2004, @06:33PM (#136355)
    (User #12964 Info)
  • It's true that Moz wasn't happy with the on-stage sound, but from the crowd "point of hearing" it was great.
    Well, that was my first Morrissey show, I was really happy being there.
    I took along a cd with a song I recorded with my band ( - a little updating would be good.... if you want to hear the song that was on the cd, drop me a line) and kept waving it up high until Moz saw me... I think he was singing "Shoplifters..." in that moment. He starts moving his hand as if he was saying "toss it over here". I called (shouted to) the security guy in front of me to give him the cd to hand it over to Moz but he wouldn't listen... I started to get nervous and then I just threw it away in direction of the stage... I was in a really uncomfortable position, so it was obvious the cd wouldn't make it to the stage... and has expected... it fell just right before the stage.
    Morrissey starts looking around to find it, but he couldn't... the looks at me and I point over where it fell... he goes to the border of the stage, crouches (I don't know if that's the correct conjugation of the verbe "to crouch" - I meant that he goes down to his knees) and starts looking down. He spoted the cd, and then I (as well as the people surrounding me) begin to shout at the security guy, who now seems "under pressure" because everyone is shouting at him...
    Moz wants the cd, so we told the guy to turn around and he sees Morrissey pointing down... the security guy goes down, gets the cd, and finally gives it to Moz!
    Morrissey looks at the cd, then looks at me, makes a thank you gesture and then leaves it on Dean-o's drum platform.
    I was the happiest person in the whole place in that moment!!
    Well, that was my (and the people who "supported" the idea of the cd getting to his hands) personal Morrissey moment, and I will never forget it.
    Gabinxs -- Sunday November 07 2004, @08:23PM (#136365)
    (User #13024 Info |
    "There is a light that never goes out"
  • El show de anoche fue espectacular, Morrissey se metió en el corazón de mas de 20.000 personas, (su saludo: “No llores por mi Argentina” fue (en mi opinión) mejor show que en el 2000, la gente canto desde la primera a la ultima, Morrissey interactuó con el publico constantemente, repitió su broma del 2000, “ESTUVIMOS EN SU LUGAR FAVORITO.... CHILE” seguido de un hhhuuuu rotundo, y carcajadas por parte de Moz.... luego dijo algo así como “ quien va a salvarnos de Bush” , nos pregunto como se escuchaba de nuestro lado, porque sobre el escenario el sonido era terrible, y que su vos se paresia a un sapo, y que el era un sapo... No se que opina el resto, pero a mi la iluminación y el sonido me importo un huevo, el publico exploto, el piso no paro de moverse, por momentos divague una caída masiva dentro de la primera napa de agua!!! Bigmouth me confundió, escuchar: sweetness, sweetness.... y ver a un Morrissey tan flaco, me transporto a el año 86 en algún nunca pisado escenario ingles... No se si tenga algo que ver, pero una ves que se armo el escenario y se chequeo sonido, un tipo fue directo al micrófono central de Morrissey , desenrosco la bola de alambre, saco el diafragma y lo remplazó por otro que saco de su bolsillo, es algo medio raro, ya que el tipo después no efectuó ninguna prueba???
    No hay reproches para Morrissey, y menos para el publico argentino. Lo que si ya cansa es esa envidia estúpida de nuestro reprimidos vecinos chilenos, miren en los comentarios de su show... no hay un solo argentino... aparte por lo que se lee en sus comentarios sobre el show en chileland, el publico fue bastante aburrido.

    PD: Yo fui el afortunado que salto a lo ultimo de there is a Light y le beso la mano a Moz!!!! Mi cuñada me siguió atrás pero no corrió la misma suerte ya que la agarraron los de seguridad y la redujeron como si tuviera un 38 en cada mano, MUCHACHOS, 4 contra una mujer sola no es mucho?

    Por favor si alguien sabe quien filmo el show díganlo yaaaaaaaaa
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 07 2004, @08:31PM (#136368)
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  • Alguien sabe para que canal o para quien filmaron el recital? En donde se puede ver la filmacion?

    Anybody knows if the people who where shooting the show were from some tv channel or anything?
    Where can I see the show?
    Gabinxs -- Sunday November 07 2004, @08:37PM (#136369)
    (User #13024 Info |
    "There is a light that never goes out"
  • set list (Score:1, Interesting)

    well, well, Moz we are ready for your 3rd coming!!!!!!

    really have no words at all to express what I feel, just Moz is like wine, better and better with years.

    Here I have the set list the one which was on the stage in front of Moz, (with Moz´s footprint included), I will copy it as it is written here:

    1- FIRSTUV
    2- HSIN?
    3- NOV
    4- LIKE Y
    5- BIGM
    6- SUCHA
    7- SUBSUN
    8- LEMME
    10- PADDY
    11- BOARS
    12- HOW CAN?
    13- NOW MY H IS F
    14- RUBBAH
    15- MORE YIG
    16- LAST NITE I
    17- Y´KNOW
    18- LOTITE

    me parece a mi o las canciones 16/17 fueron salteadas?? si alguien puede ayudarme porque la verdad no estoy segura, gracias

    Very Moz- Verónica
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @05:03AM (#136396)
    • Re:set list by fly (Score:1) Monday November 08 2004, @07:35AM
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    • Shirtlifters by lg (Score:1) Monday November 08 2004, @10:00AM
  • I had never seen Morrissey on stage till the last magic saturday night came to town...
    And it came with a priest disguise, challenging the holy church...oh, how I dearly love you, dear Morrissey...
    I was hiptnothized by the gorgeous existance of the priest and his words, and his songs.
    Two days later I'm still delighted, astonished and trying very hard to remember every moment of the concert.
    Remembering him singin "There is a light..." or "Let me kiss you"...or...."Bigmouth...". The setlist was anything but great!!...
    Wow...incredible, amazing...I can't have the right words to describe the aura that surrounds him...
    You see, I have run out of words, you'd said them all, dear Mozz...
    sapo -- Monday November 08 2004, @05:25AM (#136398)
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  • Will you please hear my confession?
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @06:37AM (#136401)
  • It sounds like it was a great gig, bad sound and all. It's good to hear you all enjoyed it. I have a question: Does anybody know why Morrissey didn't go to Mexico this time around? His Oye Esteban gig in Mexico City was sold out and he seemed to have had a wonderful time. I wonder what went wrong...
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @08:44AM (#136421)
  • Muchisímo público. Blondie se había demorado demasiado antes de entrar a escena. Al terminar, armaron la escenografía y habrán pasado unos veinte minutos cuando las luces se apagaron. Morrissey vestido de cura y Cía (5 músicos) entraron corriendo al escenario a eso de las 23.30hs aprox. Se colocaron en el medio, todos abrazados para saludar y recibir al público que ya estaba más que ansioso. First of the gang to die fue el comienzo. Excelente. No podía creer que estaba viendo al mismisimo MOZ en vivo. Estaba tan excitado y emocionado que me largué a llorar. Siguió con How soon is now? de los Smiths, que a mi parecer, siento que le faltaba fuerza.

    El primer plato fuerte de la noche fue Bigmouth Strikes Again. Sonó espectacular. Quedé atónito. Otro clásico: Everyday is like sunday (con intro de Subway Train). El público estaba muy eufórico, gritando como en la cancha "Morrissey, Morrissey, Morrissey". Él, agradecido, dijo que no se merecía tanto. Estuvo comunicativo con la gente, despachando sus típicas bromas e ironías: "El jueves estuve en un lugar que a ustedes les encanta: Chile. Amo ese país"; "En Montevideo se vendieron muchas copias de mi último disco, pero aca en Buenos Aires apenas se vendió una sola".

    A medida que iban pasando los temas, Morrissey se preocupaba por el sonido y se daba cuenta que sonaba un poco mal. Pidió disculpas. También bromeó con eso: "Siento que estoy cantando como una rana. Es porque yo soy una rana". A decir verdad, sonaba un poco mal...pero no demasiado. A mi gusto, los graves saturaban.
    De su último disco (según él "I´m the quarry") tocó en total unas 6 canciones.

    La escenografía estaba muy linda. Fondo brillante que cubría todo el escenario e iba cambiando de colores de acuerdo al juego de luces. Detrás de la batería había un gong que se hacía sonar al final de algunas canciones.

    Tocó temas viejos como November spawned a monster, Such a little thing makes such a big difference y el clásico The more you ignore me the closer I get. Antes de arrancar con The world is full of crashing bores dijo algo así como "Cuando nos podremos librar de Bush?". Mas temas de los Smiths: Shoplifters of the world unite, Rubber ring (algo jazzera) y There is a light that never goes out como cierre. Mejor imposible. Yo, otra vez en lágrimas de la emoción.

    No podía creerlo. Ví a Morrissey, y encima con la mujer que amo. Fue un día muy especial y emocionante. Siempre lo recordaré.

    Si tuviera que darle un puntaje, le daría un 8.5. Restó el sonido. Por lo demás, excelente. Tocó 16 temas. Recordemos que en un show típico de él, está tocando unos 18 canciones. Y aca, por ser un festival está mas que bien.

    >> Positivo:
    1) La euforia del público, los cantos.
    2) El humor de Morrissey, su contacto con el público.
    3) Bigmouth Strikes Again.

    >> Negativo:
    1) Alguna gente idiota y violenta que estaba adelante, pretendiendo usurpar lugar a la fuerza y a puteadas limpias. Tendrían que bajar muchos cambios....y encima con remera de The Smiths. Esos no son fans. Gente violenta de mierda!!! Van a terminar mal.
    2) El sonido (un poco).
    3) Las vallas muy altas.
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @09:05AM (#136430)
  • Newspapers: go to Ver mas fotos

    Very Moz
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @09:25AM (#136440)
  • Yo creo que Morrissey va a volver después de semejante recibimiento y euforia por parte de la gente. No en todos los países se ven cosas como éstas. Será por algo que los artistas dicen que el publico sudamericano es uno de los mejores.
    Alrededor de 30 mil personas totalmente atentas al show de Morrissey.
    Afortunada la gente que pudo tocar su mano (creo que 3 o 4).

    ¿Qué pasó con Alain Whyte que no vino? ¿Alguién sabe? ¿Está enfermo? Había otro guitarrista que ya tocó en otros shows.
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @10:45AM (#136452)
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      • Re:MOZ volvé by Witbloem (Score:0) Tuesday November 09 2004, @07:13AM
  • Im a little upset because MOZ didn´t come to Mexico this time, it´s a dissapointment because he for sure could have packed a place of 10 thousand people...
    Fortunately a few months ago we had The Cure for 3 nights in Mexico City and 1 in Monterrey, eventhough I would change Moz for The Cure...
    This time Moz was only for Southamericans as The cure was only for Mexicans...
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @11:25AM (#136458)
  • Emocionante la presencia de la LEYENDA VIVIENTE en nuestro pais, taaaaan necesitado de excelentes shows de verdaderos musicos como el que sucedio el sabado.

    Tremendo lo que tardo Blondie en subir a escena, respeto a la banda pero tampoco eran Los Beatles...El festival venia bien de horario hasta la presencia de Blondie en el escenario y la espera x Moz se hacia cada vez mas desesperante !

    Cambiaron la escenografia, poniendo una tela brillante de fondo, insisto que faltaban las letras M O R R I S S E Y, le hubiesen dado mas color, pero es un dato insignificante.

    No podia creer cuando lo veo salir vestido de cura, no entendia que lo tenia ahi en vivo para mi !

    El show tuvo picos emocionantes, reviviendo clasicos de The Smiths y clasicos actuales, como First Of The Gang To Die & The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores...

    Otra cosa para remarcar es la actitud de Moz para con el publico, lleno de buena onda y sarcastico como muy pocos pueden ser hoy en dia. Excelente el palito al dictador de Bush y a un pais que se lo come el mar, y sinceramente no vale hacer ningun tipo de comentario (chilecito...)

    Gracias GENIO x visitar Argentina una vez mass !!!! POETAAAAAAAAA !!!!! Ojala Vuelvas Prontoo!!

    Loco, que tenemos en la cebeza los argentinos ?!! habia una leyenda viviente en el escenario el sabado y con un sonido muuuy malo (no para el publico, ya que lo disfrute a pleno !) pero es una FALTA DE RESPETO hacia el y hacia sus musicos.
    Todavia no entiendo como no subio Moz al escenario antes de entrar a escena para probar el mismo lo choto que era el sonido!
    Quizas me persegui yo, pero me molestaba el hecho de que Moz cambie algunas frases de sus temas para tirarle un palo a los sonidistas y la vez se lo notaba caliente y mal predispuesto (con y x el sonido) en el escenario, y eso lo percibi y no me dejo disfrutarlo un 100 %.
    A Los sonidistas del Festival, un poco de respeto a tipos como Morrissey (que vueelvo a repetir, no se si hay muchos con su tremenda calidad para componer himnos hoy en dia...)



    This commentary is in spanish, english people ABSTENERSEEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!

    Saludos Gente Linda.
    Gaston -- Monday November 08 2004, @11:26AM (#136459)
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  • El brillianto, me hornyo singo everydayo likee sunday, et el light non moneyo in elctrico metero.
    cum bak mr morrissey, je t'adore. (slipping into french now)
    Anonymous -- Monday November 08 2004, @03:27PM (#136496)
  • hola que tal , gracias a este ultimo show de Moz conoci mucha gente que lo adora tanto como yo, dejo mi direccion de email para todos aquellos que tengan ganas de que nos reunamos todos en algun lugar, esta semana o la proxima nos estamos reuniendo algunos,

    [email protected] = Very Moz

    Anonymous -- Tuesday November 09 2004, @05:18AM (#136605)
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  • Buenas, soy leo...estuve el sabado (obvio tambien en el 2000 en el luna, ahi creo lo conocí a charles), y para mi fue un show increible...todavia sigo tratando de disfrutar cada cosa que me quedo, cada canción, gesto de MOZ, etc...hubo mas energía y clima de recital aca que en el luna...creo que la mayoría lo sintió verdad el quilombo de empujones y demas cosas...pero es natural en cualqueir show de cualquier artistas...y no pasa por ser mas lo menos fan o entender la filosofía de la musica y letras de MOZ...pasa porque son cuestiones que se dan en cualqueir recital...
    Para mi Mr morrissey estuve quejó mucho por el sonido, pero no por eso se malhumoró y dejó el contrario creo que trató de dar lo mejor de si..y creo que lo posible que mi juicio y el de todos nosotros no sea objetivo, por lo que me sorprendiío que todas las personas que no eran fanaticas de moz dijeron que habia sido el mejor show de los dos días y que el sonido desde el fondo era bueno...y que todos disfrutaron del mas, hasta la prensa dijo que el de MOZ fue el mejor show del festival junto con PSB y PJ...
    ahora yendo a lo fanatico que soy...para mi el momento emotivo fue el final con Theres is a light that never goes out, ya que eso es lo que tengo tantuado a lo largo de todo mi una canción que me indentifica mucho y por algo la elegí para tatuarmela...ahi fue en donde rompi en lagrimas que no pararon hasta un rato despues de terminado el show en donde me abracé a una gran amiga y me decia "fue increible, increíble...que emoción"..y eso que a ella solo le gusta un poco...pero se diió cuenta de lo que morrissey transmite...
    bueno este es mi post...
    pd: no estan hartos de que en la mayoria de las notas escriban morrissey con una sola S???
    Anonymous -- Tuesday November 09 2004, @11:06AM (#136659)

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