Mexico City, Mexico - Sports Palace (Mar. 31, 2017) post-show

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Setlist:

Suedehead / Alma Matters / How Soon Is Now? / First Of The Gang To Die / Kiss Me A Lot / Ganglord / Speedway / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / Istanbul / The Bullfighter Dies / There Is A Light That Never Goes Out / Ouija Board, Ouija Board / Meat Is Murder / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Shoplifters Of The World Unite / Let Me Kiss You / Jack The Ripper / You're The One For Me, Fatty / You Have Killed Me / What She Said // Judy Is A Punk

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  • Fans no, ¡son los músicos de Morrisey! - Grupo Reforma. Video news report includes short interview with Jesse and Gustavo. Link posted by an anonymous person.
  • Photo from @oyeivan / Twitter:

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Bluebirds

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To me their heyday was 1989 Prayer Tour for Disintegration. What a concert that was (Dublin, 2nd night).

I was fortunate enough to attend the second night at Wembley last year which was Disintegration heavy. One of the best gigs I've been to.
 

ACTON

Don't Leave Us In The Dark
But, isn't it a bit too much similar to "You're The One For Me Fatty"?:rolleyes:
"I'm on YOUR side, buddy". That's exactly why I liked it because it reminded me of 'You're the one for me, fatty' because I like that song, I like that album, and to me it signaled a golden era for Moz as he followed it up with 'Vauxhall And I'. Moz was at his coolest back then too, although if I'm honest I think his Tench Street photo session was amazing too (for Bona Drag).
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Quando quando quando

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"I'm on YOUR side, buddy". That's exactly why I liked it because it reminded me of 'You're the one for me, fatty' because I like that song, I like that album, and to me it signaled a golden era for Moz as he followed it up with 'Vauxhall And I'. Moz was at his coolest back then too, although if I'm honest I think his Tench Street photo session was amazing too (for Bona Drag).
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I know Acton, I agree!
But to have a new song titled "I'm at your side buddy" could only work for me if it had a surprising, other meaning.
Let's say, maybe an ironic, or sarcastic one.
Could be very Morrisseyesque, ahum.
 

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