Reno, NV - Grand Theatre (Nov. 11, 2016) post-show

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Setlist:

Shoplifters Of The World Unite / Suedehead / Everyday Is Like Sunday / First Of The Gang To Die / Irish Blood, English Heart / Ganglord / Ouija Board, Ouija Board / Meat Is Murder / How Soon Is Now? / The Bullfighter Dies / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Jack The Ripper / One Of Our Own / Speedway / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / Kiss Me A Lot / You Have Killed Me / Alma Matters / The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores / What She Said // Judy Is A Punk

setlist (order not 100%) provided by ChadBC.


 
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Quando quando quando

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'There is a light' trending at No. 38 on Spotify Estonia. No TTY?

Moz likes Estonia, if only for the name. :)
But I can't imagine people in Estonia would still say to America now, " Hey you fat pig, you fat pig, you fat pig".
"There is a light" trending there has got to do with fears of Trump giving Estonia away to Putin. :eek:
 
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Anonymous

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Of course he won't cancel. It's his money at stake. He'll only cancel if someone else, for example a record company, is stumping up.

Ah, it's our very own Moz-hater-bot. Totally incapable of an original thought.
I don't believe a record company has ever sponsored a Morrissey tour - at least not in the lasts ten years, so your comment is both idiotic and utterly f*** witted.
You clearly hate Morrissey with a passion. Understandable and perhaps even justifiable. But why spend so much of your life doing so? Imagine when you're 80 looking back on all this time you spent discussing a human being for whom you have nothing but hatred. What advice would you pass on to yourself?
 
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Anonymous

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What a pitty ! He should have delivered his "farmer" anecdote beforehand its absolutely hilarious especially when he slyly forgets to mention the farmer keeps milking the cow to produce his favourite Dubliner Kerrygold cheese ! (Oops :rolleyes:)
:rofl:Silly Steven !

Because ! Because we must !

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:

Pity with two Ts? You must be one of the lost generation. Keep up with the night school pal. Your ignorance exposes you.....
 
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Anonymous

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That's an interesting point Uncleskinny, we'll never know but I wonder how many dates he would have sacked if a record company had been behind him ?

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:

you guys obviously don't know much about anything. even if Morrissey is signed to a record label at the time of the tour , they don't get involved or put any money up, it's still his money at stake . Record labels only get involved in the funding of the tour if it is a newish band and they don't make enough money from the tour to cover the expense and then they pay the band what is called tour support to make up the difference . Morrissey's tours are always running at a profit so the label would not fund them .

get your facts straight idiots
 
I was very happy with the show and it seems the other hardcore fans at the show were happy as well. At this point, you should know what you're getting into with a Morrissey gig. People either love him or hate him at this point, there's no in between.

A lot of the people I saw leave are the ones that seem to be the super casual casino crowd. At least stand up during some of the show. If I was playing I wouldn't want to cater to that sort of audience anyway. Especially 35 years into my music career. At that point no sh!ts should be given.

I agree at this point most people should know what to expect from Moz but there was a couple next to me, never had seen Morrissey before, and asked me two songs in if every song he does is political. The man wanted to hear some Smiths songs. I told him they would eventually. The woman kept saying she wanted to talk to me after the show. Unfortunately they left shortly there after before hearing any or the woman asking me whatever question she had. This was Reno and not LA, so not all of these folks are going to share Moz's political views.
 
I couldn't make out what the guys' shirts said last night. Can someone tell me what was on them? thanks!
 
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Anonymous

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Pity with two Ts? You must be one of the lost generation. Keep up with the night school pal. Your ignorance exposes you.....


What a pity ! He should have delivered his "farmer" anecdote beforehand its absolutely hilarious especially when he slyly forgets to mention the farmer keeps milking the cow to produce his favourite Dubliner Kerrygold cheese ! (Oops :rolleyes:)
:rofl:Silly Steven !

Because ! Because we must ! :thumb: Now can we discuss the flaw in the argument ?

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
 

The Seeker of Good Songs

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He signed my Subway foot-long. I was a bit worried Boz might see it and pounce before Morrissey could get hold of it, but luckily he didn't notice.

Boz is a little hefty.
 

The Seeker of Good Songs

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I couldn't make out what the guys' shirts said last night. Can someone tell me what was on them? thanks!

Don't eat.JPG


"Don't eat my Peeps"
not sure about the lower part "GO VH"?
 

republicofmanc

New Member
As has been the norm over the last year or so...the set list was stunning. Political at times, thoughtful, and provoking. He could play Meat Is Murder all night long as far as I'm concerned and I'd never get enough of that song (or the imagery). As powerful today as it was the first time I saw The Smiths play it. Today though, it means more.

The only complaint I have is some of these so called fookin' "Morrissey fans". I had a group of them in front of me, telling me prior to the show how they love Mozzers, "he's the best", and all that shit. MIM comes on and they fookin' take off, only to come back after the song had finished. How disrespectful. Most likely popped off to KFC to stuff their big fookin' mouths. Rushed back though for fookin' How Soon Is Now. In the future, don't call yourself a Morrissey or Smiths fan if you're only there for the fookin' hits.

Great show. Nice venue. Mozzers looked and sounded brilliant........"do you care how animals die"? Well if you fookin' care, do something about it!

VEGAN.
 

republicofmanc

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Also I read some of the negative comments about the "live" version of Speedway. What the fook is wrong with people? His live interpretation is brilliant. Especially the last part and the change over. It's a fantastic gesture by Morrissey to let one of his band members sing and sing it in Spanish. Brilliant stuff. People on here need to stop being disrespectful to other races. Who cares if you drive 10 hours or whatever to the gig, and your favorite song didn't sound how you wanted it too, fook-off!
 
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Anonymous

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Also I read some of the negative comments about the "live" version of Speedway. What the fook is wrong with people? His live interpretation is brilliant. Especially the last part and the change over. It's a fantastic gesture by Morrissey to let one of his band members sing and sing it in Spanish. Brilliant stuff. People on here need to stop being disrespectful to other races. Who cares if you drive 10 hours or whatever to the gig, and your favorite song didn't sound how you wanted it too, fook-off!
It's nothing to do with race. Someone could be up there singing in Chinese, I don't give a "fook." It has to do with I paid to see MORRISSEY. If Morrissey wants to sing in Spanish... OK, I guess. But I'm not interested in hearing someone else singing.
 

Quando quando quando

Well-Known Member
What does "fook" mean. I hope it is not some Brit Kickball term like "corner kick".

No. It's more like: Three strikes and you're out.
Lifting my baseballcap from the New York Mets right now! :tiphat:
 

ChadBC

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I agree at this point most people should know what to expect from Moz but there was a couple next to me, never had seen Morrissey before, and asked me two songs in if every song he does is political. The man wanted to hear some Smiths songs. I told him they would eventually. The woman kept saying she wanted to talk to me after the show. Unfortunately they left shortly there after before hearing any or the woman asking me whatever question she had. This was Reno and not LA, so not all of these folks are going to share Moz's political views.
I was surprised and pleased that they did the 4-5 Smiths songs that they played. I was expecting less. Even if I had been displeased that they chose to play a plethora of political songs, I'd still be happy with the setlist that they had picked out. But I get it. Not everyone is interested in the same songs.
 

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