Utrecht - TivoliVredenburg (Oct. 28, 2014) post-show

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Set List:

The Queen Is Dead / Suedehead / Speedway / Kiss Me A Lot / Certain People I Know / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Istanbul / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / Staircase At The University / One Of Our Own / Trouble Loves Me / The Bullfighter Dies / Neal Cassady Drops Dead / Meat Is Murder / Yes, I Am Blind / Kick The Bride Down The Aisle / I'm Not A Man // Asleep / Everyday Is Like Sunday

set list provided by an anonymous person.




  • Photo by Nick Helderman, from @TiVre_Utrect / Twitter. Link posted by docinwestchester.

  • Photos by Luuk Denekamp (6 total) - 500px. Link posted by docinwestchester.

 
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Eric Hartman

Guest
Good friends of mine surprised me with a ticket to Morrissey’s gig tonight at Vredenburg in Utrecht. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have gone. And as it turns out, I wouldn’t have missed much.

The set list held no surprises and consisted largely of “World Peace” songs. And let’s face it, that’s not a very strong album. I’m not a big fan of the Magaluf holiday sound. As I made my way to the bath room during “Meat is Murder,” I wished he would get rid of that song. What a stale and boring intermezzo. f***, long lines at the urinals during that one. He ended his gig with "Not a Man." Big letdown.

Morrissey’s singing was powerfull & strong, but his band of amateurs is rapidly destroying what little is left of his career. They can't hold a tune if their life depended on it. Every song sounds exactly the same: one big mess. On the other hand, maybe that makes them the perfect band to play funeral marches like “World Peace Is None Of Your Business.”

I left before the encore.
 

Viva Mozza

You're the one for me
Well, you're not forced to go to the show.

You must have a really hard life......
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Good friends of mine surprised me with a ticket to Morrissey’s gig tonight at Vredenburg in Utrecht. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have gone. And as it turns out, I wouldn’t have missed much.

The set list held no surprises and consisted largely of “World Peace” songs. And let’s face it, that’s not a very strong album. I’m not a big fan of the Magaluf holiday sound. As I made my way to the bath room during “Meat is Murder,” I wished he would get rid of that song. What a stale and boring intermezzo. f***, long lines at the urinals during that one. He ended his gig with "Not a Man." Big letdown.

Morrissey’s singing was powerfull & strong, but his band of amateurs is rapidly destroying what little is left of his career. They can't hold a tune if their life depended on it. Every song sounds exactly the same: one big mess. On the other hand, maybe that makes them the perfect band to play funeral marches like “World Peace Is None Of Your Business.”

I left before the encore.

You are such a big baby, or a little man. I hope you washed your hands on the way out.
 
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sorrow of stamford bridge

Guest
Then why do you come here, or go to the show knowing what the set list was likely to be, numb - nuts???
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
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Anonymous

Guest
Solid show, tame audience. Morrissey in great shape with beautiful voice, buth too many 'soft' songs. And the horrible film played with Meat is Murder dampened the moods. Not a smart choice. Encores where stunning. Fantastic to see Morrissey again, thanks for playing
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Good friends of mine surprised me with a ticket to Morrissey’s gig tonight at Vredenburg in Utrecht. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have gone. And as it turns out, I wouldn’t have missed much.

The set list held no surprises and consisted largely of “World Peace” songs. And let’s face it, that’s not a very strong album. I’m not a big fan of the Magaluf holiday sound. As I made my way to the bath room during “Meat is Murder,” I wished he would get rid of that song. What a stale and boring intermezzo. f***, long lines at the urinals during that one. He ended his gig with "Not a Man." Big letdown.

Morrissey’s singing was powerfull & strong, but his band of amateurs is rapidly destroying what little is left of his career. They can't hold a tune if their life depended on it. Every song sounds exactly the same: one big mess. On the other hand, maybe that makes them the perfect band to play funeral marches like “World Peace Is None Of Your Business.”

I left before the encore.
Why do you come here? And why do you hang around?
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Good friends of mine surprised me with a ticket to Morrissey’s gig tonight at Vredenburg in Utrecht. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have gone. And as it turns out, I wouldn’t have missed much.

The set list held no surprises and consisted largely of “World Peace” songs. And let’s face it, that’s not a very strong album. I’m not a big fan of the Magaluf holiday sound. As I made my way to the bath room during “Meat is Murder,” I wished he would get rid of that song. What a stale and boring intermezzo. f***, long lines at the urinals during that one. He ended his gig with "Not a Man." Big letdown.

Morrissey’s singing was powerfull & strong, but his band of amateurs is rapidly destroying what little is left of his career. They can't hold a tune if their life depended on it. Every song sounds exactly the same: one big mess. On the other hand, maybe that makes them the perfect band to play funeral marches like “World Peace Is None Of Your Business.”

I left before the encore.


You sound like a right miserable old git. You clearly stew daily in your own venom (rather like the hanger-on whose photo you use for your profile - no doubt because your own is too hideous). What is most remarkable in the spewed vomit of your negativity is the assertion that you actually have 'friends'. Are you sure? Can everyone else see them too? Or do they only exist in your imagination? Along with the fantasy that anyone else on the face of the planet is remotely interested in what you have to say?
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
Looks like a few people showed up for the horrible show. They look miserable.

 
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Anonymous

Guest
Good friends of mine surprised me with a ticket to Morrissey’s gig tonight at Vredenburg in Utrecht. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have gone. And as it turns out, I wouldn’t have missed much.

The set list held no surprises and consisted largely of “World Peace” songs. And let’s face it, that’s not a very strong album. I’m not a big fan of the Magaluf holiday sound. As I made my way to the bath room during “Meat is Murder,” I wished he would get rid of that song. What a stale and boring intermezzo. f***, long lines at the urinals during that one. He ended his gig with "Not a Man." Big letdown.

Morrissey’s singing was powerfull & strong, but his band of amateurs is rapidly destroying what little is left of his career. They can't hold a tune if their life depended on it. Every song sounds exactly the same: one big mess. On the other hand, maybe that makes them the perfect band to play funeral marches like “World Peace Is None Of Your Business.”

I left before the encore.

haha. and we are supposed to believe a word of this? nobody goes to gigs under duress from friends and presumably your good friend stayed for the encore so given that you only went out of politeness, it's safe to assume you didn't abandon your friend before the encore (that's if you were really there at all). regulars here know your agenda. nice try, but you're not fooling anyone.
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
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dutchie

Junior Member
Great show! Morrissey looked and sounded great. The encore was unbelievable, I must confess I had tears in my eyes during Asleep and Everyday is like sunday. Thanks Moz for a great evening!
 

Desolation Row

New Member
This is the setlist, the order is messed up.

The Queen is Dead - Suedehead - Speedway (sang one line of Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now during the breakdown) - Kiss me Alot - I'm Throwing my Arms Around Paris - Istanbul - Certain People I Know - Staircase at the University - World Peace is None of your Business - One of Our Own - Trouble Loves Me - Neal Cassady Drops Dead - Meat is Murder - The Bullfighter Dies - Yes I Am Blind - Kick the Bride Down the Aisle - I'm Not a Man

Encore: Asleep - Everyday is like Sunday

I can't really remember if he played Earth is the Loneliest Planet. It was my first Morrissey concert and I was a bit pessimistic at first, but wow. What a great, great show.
 
Good friends of mine surprised me with a ticket to Morrissey’s gig tonight at Vredenburg in Utrecht. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have gone. And as it turns out, I wouldn’t have missed much.

The set list held no surprises and consisted largely of “World Peace” songs. And let’s face it, that’s not a very strong album. I’m not a big fan of the Magaluf holiday sound. As I made my way to the bath room during “Meat is Murder,” I wished he would get rid of that song. What a stale and boring intermezzo. f***, long lines at the urinals during that one. He ended his gig with "Not a Man." Big letdown.

Morrissey’s singing was powerfull & strong, but his band of amateurs is rapidly destroying what little is left of his career. They can't hold a tune if their life depended on it. Every song sounds exactly the same: one big mess. On the other hand, maybe that makes them the perfect band to play funeral marches like “World Peace Is None Of Your Business.”

I left before the encore.

You have nice friends. I saw Moz in LA LA before the tour cancellation fiasco. I also left early. The show was tepid at best, and agree, his current band need to go: No grace and no class. WP is not a strong record and live it is pounded to with an inch of its life by Tobias earnest ham fisting playing. I know folks rave about Matt Walker, but to these ears he is a very uninspiring drummer … he is no Clem Burke or Thomas Wylder.:tears:
 

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