Niagara Falls, NY - Rapids Theatre (Oct. 19, 2012) post-show

Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by davidt, Oct 20, 2012.

By davidt on Oct 20, 2012 at 3:30 AM
  1. davidt

    davidt Administrator Staff Member Moderator Subscriber

    Feb 12, 1997
    Post your info and reviews related to this concert in the comments section below. Other links (photos, external reviews, etc.) related to this concert will also be compiled in this section as they are sent in.

    Set List:

    Shoplifters Of The World Unite / You Have Killed Me / You're The One For Me, Fatty / Everyday Is Like Sunday / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Maladjusted / Black Cloud / Still Ill / Fantastic Bird / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / Scandinavia / To Give (The Reason I Live) / I Know It's Over / Let Me Kiss You / Ouija Board, Ouija Board / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / Sweet And Tender Hooligan // How Soon Is Now?

    set list from via Link posted by LazyDyke.
    Last edited: May 15, 2016


Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by davidt, Oct 20, 2012.

    1. cossy
      According to twitter BIGMOUTH was played tonight

    2. CrystalGeezer
      And Sweet and Tender Hooligan. :eek:
    3. Anonymous
      and oscillate wildly
    4. hand in glove
      hand in glove
      Really??? Exciting! I hope it's the truth!
    5. Anonymous
    6. Anonymous
      All true, what a show. Sweet and Tender!
    7. CrystalGeezer
      My sister dragged me to a Journey concert once and I thought they all sounded like Don't Stop Believing. Could be a tweet from an unseasoned pro. :p
    8. candydarling
      He didn't play Bigmouth, but he did play Sweet and Tender Hooligan.
    9. cossy
      Sorry I saw this on twitter Kelly ‏@kworku31
      brother just called me from New York to let me listen to Morrissey's live performance of Big Mouth Strikes Again! #

      still pretty happy with Sweet and tender hooligans
    10. LazyDyke
      No, Bigmouth was not played. I was there. It was my first ever Moz show.

      He was amazing. Sang powerfully and beautifully. But, and I already knew this...the fans were absolutely rabid. I was shoved and squashed more times than I can count. It made for an uncomfortable experience. During Hooligan and HSIN, fans were desperately hurling themselves on stage. Some made it. It was fun to watch. Except when security were literally grabbing and throwing unsuccessful fans off to the side not far from where I was standing. It was too violent and uncalled for.

      But Moz and the boys were great. My hearing hasn't entirely come back!

      My favourite tracks of the night were Fatty, Maladjusted, Hooligan, and How Soon is Now. It was a blistering end to a fantastic show. Meat is Murder was a complete downer, as were the "Meet Your Meat" visuals. It got a very weak audience response at the end of it. I don't care for Moz's anti-meat agenda. Nor did I care to be solicited by PETA. But I digress.

      I hope someone posts a setlist soon. Would love to make a playlist. Lots of Canadians were there. That was cool. I figured we'd all make the pilgrimage!
    11. nyc_midy
      Just got home...
      great show.
      I will have photos and more to share.

      Fine form.
      The band was ON FIRE!
    12. Anonymous
      Oh dear.. you do know who you went to see, right? Morrissey has always been an outspoken animal advocate. Anti-meat? Try anti animal exploitation, torture, and murder. He can and always will play what he wishes. I'm sure he's not a fan of your pro-murder stance either.

    13. Anonymous
      Good stuff. Moz and the guys killed it.

      Got just a single picture to share you folks, taken during Everyday Is Like Sunday:

    14. martinblais
      I couldn't have described the show better than you did. I am one of those canadians on a pilgrimage! I was in the front too where security were throwing people off the stage...they were rough but i guess they had to set an example, because it was kind of getting out of hand. As for the set list...The opening song was Shoplifters of the World Unite, after that i think it was You have killed me, You're the for me Fatty, Everyday is like Sunday, Malajusted, Scandinavia and not necessarely in that order, Fantastic Bird, I know it's Over, Still Ill, Ouija Board, The Youngest was the most loved, Meat is Murder, Black Cloud, Let me Kiss You, Sweet and Tender Hooligan, Speedway, I'm throwing my arms around Paris, i think that's it. Overall wonderfull concert, it was worth the hours waiting in line outside on Main street.
    15. LazyDyke
      Oh, hello Anonymous!

      It amazes me just how angry some vegetarians are. It must be your lack of vitamin B.

      I am very aware of who I went to see. I've been listening to Morrissey for over half my life on this planet.

      Morrissey is an adult. He can choose to express whatever opinion he wishes. So can I. Opinions are not FACTS.

      Morrissey doesn't have to like what I eat, what I wear, what I do for a living, or anything for that matter. He doesn't know me. I don't listen to him for his personal opinions or politics. Maybe that was cute when you were 12 years old.

      Pro-murder? You're right. I am absolutely against the killing of human beings.
      Last edited: Oct 20, 2012
    16. LazyDyke
      Hours waiting in line? Wow! What time did you get there?

      How could I forget Speedway?! That was awesome!
    17. Anonymous
      Murder is not a term just for humans, speciesist.

      Also, are you gay? As a queer myself, it saddens me that you don't make the correlation between the oppression of animals and the oppression of human animals based on their sexuality. “No one is free when others are oppressed.”
      I suggest you check out and

    18. LazyDyke
      I'm gay. And? So? You don't know me from text on a computer screen.

      *I* reserve the term 'murder' for humans. You can use it however you like.

      Your attempts at insulting me are laughable.

      I suggest you stop suggesting anything to me.

    19. martinblais
      Oh and i forgot...he closed with How soon is Now ?

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