Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar. 18, 2015) post-show

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Setlist:

The Queen Is Dead / Suedehead / Staircase At The University / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / Kiss Me A Lot / Istanbul / Neal Cassady Drops Dead / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before / Speedway / Scandinavia / One Of Our Own / Meat is Murder / Trouble Loves Me / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Kick The Bride Down The Aisle / I'm Not A Man / The Bullfighter Dies / What She Said // First Of The Gang To Die

setlist provided by mozzalini999.



  • Photo by Kevin Pick - from We Are Mozzerians / Facebook. Link posted by docinwestchester.

  • Review by Kirstie McCrum (5/5 stars) - Wales Online
  • Review by Leah Davies - South Wales Argus
  • Review and photos (20 total) by Kevin Pick - eGigs.co.uk
  • Morrissey review – in shockingly good voice throughout by Ben Thompson (4 / 5 stars, 1 photo) - The Guardian. Link posted by an anonymous person.
 
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Ben Budd

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this will be an odd question but I am hoping to get a decent bootleg shirt after the gig in Leeds on Friday. Have there been sellers outside the venues following the shows selling stuff so far on this tour?
 

Woland

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Are Benny and Brummie mentally disturbed? The way they're living their short lives on this planet seems... ill advised.
Poor souls, having to do this every day. I'm hoping for an early death for both of them. For their sake.
 
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Stedgehog

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Are Benny and Brummie mentally disturbed?. I'm hoping for an early death for both of them.
You have just reached the rubicon and now you are worse than them as they have never wished the last hour of SOMEONE here.

Remember "it takes guts to be gentle and kind".
 
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Anonymous

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

During Morrissey's set at the Firefly festival millions of chickens will be going by him in cramped cages on trucks to the Perdue factory down the road. I love tax free shopping but I don't go to Delaware because those chicken death trucks are horrific. Fair play to Morrissey for loving money more than his ethical beliefs.

Fair play to you to not go to Delaware because of these poor chicken... and fair play to you to never find yourself driving past such trucks ever or to sit beside someone who eats tortured animals or works in such factories or to walk past shops which sell products from tortured animals. Fair play to you to actually not breathing the same air than millions of animal torturers and to not living on the same planet. In fact, shortly Morrissey will merely play the moon to make sure that he is in a morally faultless environment and that there are no morally questionable creatures around.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

During Morrissey's set at the Firefly festival millions of chickens will be going by him in cramped cages on trucks to the Perdue factory down the road. I love tax free shopping but I don't go to Delaware because those chicken death trucks are horrific. Fair play to Morrissey for loving money more than his ethical beliefs.

Yes, I'm going to have stay in my house for the rest of my life as there's an abattoir ten miles up the road. If I leave the house I must be responsible for it.

On topic, how was the show?
 

BrummieBoy

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

Although it may be a slight issue at the venue as Moz doesn't know where the cheese is sourced from, I imagine in general, with the money he has, Morrissey is able to source his dairy very responsibly and ensure there is no suffering involved.

There is no such thing as 'responsibly sourced dairy' and there is no such thing as dairy produced without animal suffering. Morrissey is an animal rights poseur and so are PETA for not picketing the cheesy paninis he allows to be sold. Cheese Bleeds. Milk Is Murder.

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sorrow of stamford bridge

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

There is no such thing as 'responsibly sourced dairy' and there is no such thing as dairy produced without animal suffering. Morrissey is an animal rights poseur and so are PETA for not picketing the cheesy paninis he allows to be sold. Cheese Bleeds. Milk Is Murder.

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Can you not take this to the general discussion board. The relevance to each show is tenuous at best. I imagine that a lot of people who might have posted reviews and images probably turn their backs in despair when faced with your drivel every single show night. You are ruining the tour threads.
 

BrummieBoy

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

I don't mean to get all rabbinical here but this is called NOT KOSHER in case anyone is taking notes. Hawt Fairfax Rabbi's-in-training won't be caught dead eating cheeseburgers, bacon-wrapped hotdogs, or chicken omelettes.

CG, the Tarot Troll and Chief Propaganda Officer for The Cult of Morrissey attempts to derail the thread by diverting towards Kosher animal killing protocols. FAIL

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BrummieBoy

BrummieBoy
Are Benny and Brummie mentally disturbed? The way they're living their short lives on this planet seems... ill advised.
Poor souls, having to do this every day. I'm hoping for an early death for both of them. For their sake.

Morrissey cult casualty is challenged. Responds by wishing death upon those who critique the flatulent nonsense of their disturbed cult leader. Who knew? *rollseyes*

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BrummieBoy

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

Can you not take this to the general discussion board. The relevance to each show is tenuous at best. I imagine that a lot of people who might have posted reviews and images probably turn their backs in despair when faced with your drivel every single show night. You are ruining the tour threads.

Your request is nonsensical. Morrissey invited PETA to Cardiff and they publicised their intent to convert the audience to veganism. Morrissey sabotages this by selling cheesy paninis whilst hypocritically singing 'Meat Is Murder' yet you claim this is not relevant to a discussion of the concert? Absurd. It was not raised on the Nottingham thread as no evidence of the Cheesy Panini Hypocrisy was posted to Twitter.

When Morrissey stops trolling his audience with Torture/Slaughter Porn during 'Meat Is Murder' whilst simultaneously selling Torture/Slaughter Cheezy Paninis then I'll stop referencing the issue. Lambasting his audience as complicit in murder for eating meat whilst he is advertising the wares of dairy farm murderers is hardly an irrelevant talking point. Unless and until you have a valid retort to the points I have raised I suggest you refrain from further attempts to stop my legitimate questioning of Morrissey's performance ethics.

This is a man who bans the propriertor of this site for hosting seditious dissent about his pop music cult. A man who bans free speech and ejects hecklers from venues. Pointing out that he does this at the same time as allowing Cheezy Paninis to be sold whilst posturing under the PETA faux-vegan machine is relevant to every discussion of his concerts until he drops his absurd animal rights pantomime. I trust this reply is helpful to you and that I will not have to repeat it to you yet again. You are dismissed.

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R E Howard

OK, but first...Coffee
Brummieboy,

Three nutters and a dog. That's what this site is turning into, because you haven't got the guts to stand up on your own.

Everything you do depends on Morrissey and your obsession. You are weak dude. So are your supporters.
 
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Anonymous

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this will be an odd question but I am hoping to get a decent bootleg shirt after the gig in Leeds on Friday. Have there been sellers outside the venues following the shows selling stuff so far on this tour?

Yeah, picked up a 'Be Kind to Animals' t-shirt for £7. They also had tees with just his face and tour dates on back
 
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Anonymous

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

During Morrissey's set at the Firefly festival millions of chickens will be going by him in cramped cages on trucks to the Perdue factory down the road. I love tax free shopping but I don't go to Delaware because those chicken death trucks are horrific. Fair play to Morrissey for loving money more than his ethical beliefs.

they might have a plant there as well but purdue is based about twenty five min from where i grew up and is in salisbury md near delmarva. deleware has dupont though so if you wanna hate on that google dupont son trial sentencing and be appalled. also sysco is in pretty much every state everywhere as its the only main food delivery place to order from and like i said they are everywhere mostly selling meat. also a lot of the seafood people eat in maryland comes from the choptank and the bay so thats out to. im guessing he just shouldnt tour anywhere that animals are made into food. thatll show those factories and help animals. he needs to go where no one does anything he disagrees with and play to no one in outer space. the trucks are terrible though and used to just kill me as a child when wed go to the "mall" in salisbury. i believe they just passed a law banning the small cages. just passed or is just about to pass so that made me at least slightly better about it.
 

BrummieBoy

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Yeah, picked up a 'Be Kind to Animals' t-shirt for £7. They also had tees with just his face and tour dates on back

Did they have any Morrissey The Consumer Monkey Cheezy Panini tees?

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Anonymous

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

Yes, I'm going to have stay in my house for the rest of my life as there's an abattoir ten miles up the road. If I leave the house I must be responsible for it.

On topic, how was the show?

Half empty, lots of echoe and no atmosphere all in all as flat as a lake on a calm day. The people of Wales have voted with their feet I don't see him coming back again but we'll miss him when he's gone.
 
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Anonymous

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Brummieboy,

Three nutters and a dog. That's what this site is turning into, because you haven't got the guts to stand up on your own.

Everything you do depends on Morrissey and your obsession. You are weak dude. So are your supporters.

I am married to a teacher who teaches kids with "complex needs". Her advice is to "ignore the bad behaviour and praise the good behaviour". This advise should be taken on by us all. Ignore Brummie, Benny etc. They will soon go away if no one responds to their posts. There is always a tendency to try to put them down with either a witty one liner or a balanced argument - but it is just fuel to the fire. Please from now on IGNORE THE BAD BEHAVIOUR. The Cardiff gig post has been taken over by people who either did not go to the gig or just want a platform for their drivel. It would be nice to hear more about the actual gig.

Mozzers Cat.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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Re: Article: Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar.18, 2015) post-show

Half empty, lots of echoe and no atmosphere all in all as flat as a lake on a calm day. The people of Wales have voted with their feet I don't see him coming back again but we'll miss him when he's gone.

Ah, how big was the venue? Wales isn't generally the richest place, maybe the £75 tickets were a step too far.

What were Morrissey and the band like?
 

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