Ontario, CA - Toyota Arena (Nov. 11, 2022) post-show

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Setlist:

We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful / Our Frank / First Of The Gang To Die / Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before / Billy Budd / Sure Enough, The Telephone Rings / Jim Jim Falls / Rebels Without Applause / Girlfriend In A Coma / My Life Is A Succession Of People Saying Goodbye / My Hurling Days Are Done / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Half A Person / The Loop / Knockabout World / Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want / Saint In A Stained Glass Window (live debut) / Irish Blood, English Heart / Jack The Ripper // Sweet And Tender Hooligan

Setlist courtesy of: bobbydee, Jess-E, cvbreslin & FWD (verified against YT entire concert).


 
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bredbasket

Member
Great show. Tons of young people my age (14-23). Merch line was a bit of a hot mess, but other than that, energy was best in the seats. The floor was DEAD mainly because of the older age of most people down there and tons of security walking around and people couldn't leave their seats without escort.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Yes Moz crowds are a bit boring in USA. over the last 7 years or so.
I thought something had happened in America but other bands like Idles, Liam G, Sparks, Boy Harsher and the other night Suede and Manic have a wild crowd. Suede made the crowd mental
M gigs are just way way better in UK/ Ireland and irs nearly always been like that
Its a shame as it effects M's perfomance
I was at the Suede show in LA. Brett Anderson put out about 100 times the energy that Morrissey puts out. I’d say it’s more up to the artist, not the crowd.
 

theprivilegeismine

Together we are something we can never be apart.
Yes Moz crowds are a bit boring in USA. over the last 7 years or so.
I thought something had happened in America but other bands like Idles, Liam G, Sparks, Boy Harsher and the other night Suede and Manic have a wild crowd. Suede made the crowd mental
M gigs are just way way better in UK/ Ireland and irs nearly always been like that
Its a shame as it effects M's perfomance
That's very interesting. Hmmm. Yeh, I bet it does affect his performance! The feedback from the crowd and their energy feeds performers on stage. It's their lifeblood. He probably knows now what his reception will be in each place he plays.
 

theprivilegeismine

Together we are something we can never be apart.
its also the difference if you go to an american cinema there will be whooping and hollering but in uk cinemas there might be a polite clap at the end,just different people and culture.
I could imagine the reaction if you whooped in a cinema in the north. I imagine it would result in a whooping of a different kind altogether.
 
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JimJim

Guest
I was at the Suede show in LA. Brett Anderson put out about 100 times the energy that Morrissey puts out. I’d say it’s more up to the artist, not the crowd.
I was at Suede on Thursday and Morrissey last night too. Brett and Morrissey are two very different performers - always have been. Morrissey never jumped around like that (last night was show 53 for me). Morrissey is also like 10 years older than Brett. The crowd in the seats last night were pretty stoked, too. One more thing- Brett was playing to about what 2500 people - in very close proximity? Moz had 11,000 last night in an arena. I love them both - buut I wouldn't compare their "energy".
 

This Charming Bowie

Welcome to this knockabout world
Does anyone know what the new background gif for “We Hate It…” is from?

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Harry Hole

Guest
I was at Suede on Thursday and Morrissey last night too. Brett and Morrissey are two very different performers - always have been. Morrissey never jumped around like that (last night was show 53 for me). Morrissey is also like 10 years older than Brett. The crowd in the seats last night were pretty stoked, too. One more thing- Brett was playing to about what 2500 people - in very close proximity? Moz had 11,000 last night in an arena. I love them both - buut I wouldn't compare their "energy".

But Morrissey did used to dance and fling himself about, fall to the ground, etc. He's not a young man anymore it's true, neither is Brett. There is no comparing the two. Morrissey is a crooner and Brett is a rock'n'roll star, with corresponding audience responses.
 

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
Anyone feel free to identify the drum header (had a touch of McQueen to me again):

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Footage & photos aren't brilliant currently, not to mention stage 'furniture' being quite obtrusive.
Regards,
FWD.
 

Mozzer1980

Well-Known Member
I would like to mention some highlights, but it's impossible. Incredible concert, great set list , Morrissey in a top form, the" new song " is sensational . :bow:
 

goinghome

Hearts securely stacked
That went well. Looks like Morrissey's going to have to shelve his live-in-oblivion plans for a while longer.

Come on, BMG! Bite! 🪝
 
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