Hard to pin down and choose between what's 'better' and what i prefer. This will do for now.
1. Vauxhall & I
2. Viva Hate
3. Your Arsenal
4. Years of Refusal
5. You are the Quarry
6. I am not a Dog on a Chain
7. Ringleader of the Tormentors
8. World Peace Is None Of...
As a fellow Irishman, I would normally go crazy at a review like this but strangely (and credit where it's due) Barry does seem to be a Moz fan. He even tweeted out Fantastic Bird in 2013! :D
I’ve not read any reviews tonight but I’ve followed this tour every night. Tonight was my 5th Moz gig and he sounded fantastic and the band were on point. The setlist, however, ruined the show. I’m not a Smiths cry baby. I like the post 2004 albums. Even if LIHS is his worst but why play 3...
I went for Home is a Question Mark, but a much tougher question would be 'what's your least favourite?'.
If I had this album on shuffle in front of my friends, there's quite a few tracks i'd rush to hit skip on before Moz started singing :straightface:
The section from "I Bury the Living" to...
People only think he is too 'political' because he is more right leaning now and it upsets them.
On 88's Viva Hate he called for a living Prime Minister to be murdered. Nobody cared though because it was anti-Tory and the lefties loved it.
In 2017, he makes a few comments about Brexit and...
Yes, that's true but I think in terms of the media reporting, people in the Guardian, NME etc suffer the same fallacy. They will always have a near apocalyptic reaction to anything right of centre. (It's also better for clickbait probably!)
(I'm not having a go at you personally btw!)
I still think if it was someone you liked, it wouldn't be an issue. You'd think it was charming.
'I was very surprised to see Jeremy Corbyn win the general election, oh wait no, he didn't... the voting was rigged'.