"Vicar In A Tutu" (live Centennial Hall, London, Ontario, July 30, '86) posted on Spotify

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By Famous when dead on Sep 18, 2017 at 10:59 AM
  1. Famous when dead

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    1. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Both the .wav & .wma are available via the downloads section.
      Regards,
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    2. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Not sure how they plan to finish this series, as it’s supposed to be one unreleased live version of each track from TQID. As far as I know they only playd Some Girls Are Bigger than Others once (at Brixton Academy last gig) and that was already released on the I Started Something single way back in the day
    3. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Indeed - only played once.
      I Started..., Stop Me... & There Is A Light reissue being the best routes to the track. I'd guess they will rehash Brixton, but if they were feeling generous - could put the studio outtake / demo up from the box set.
      Always hopeful...
      FWD.

      "On the shop floor, there's a calendar, as obvious as snow, as if we didn't know."
    4. Cornflakes
      Cornflakes
      They also said they would release a live version of a different song from the album every Monday right up until the release of the reissue. So they will need to find two extra songs from somewhere.
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    5. GMS
      GMS
      I'm intrigued as to how they are going to provide an unreleased live version of 'Some girls.....' as well. Not too long to find out now.
      I'm assuming that the two extra tracks (if they happen) will be unreleased live versions of 'Panic' and 'Ask'.
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    7. celibate
      celibate
      Funny, witty lyrics, with Marr's typical guitar, this one somehow underrated on the album,people won't say that much it's their best nmbr of the album, and personally it's way too good to call it a filler song on the album,I doubt if there's one on a Smiths album.

      Still not made my choice what to buy about TQID re-release,got a month, but it won't be the deluxe. 2cd I guess.
    8. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      No doubt its an error in the press release and we will get a remastered version of the only existing performance.
      Jesus Pleezus, why is everyone so fookin' whiny about getting new Smiths to listen to?
    9. Skullboy
      Skullboy
      Am somehow confused too, but i believe they will give us something nice as a follow up.
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    10. bobbydriver
      bobbydriver
      I for one am not being whiny - I'm just curious as to whether they will simply remaster the existing SGABTO live performance from the Brixton last gig, or (WISHFUL THINKING!) whether they will find a soundcheck version, as alluded to in Simon Goddard's book. He says it was played in soundchecks and it's pretty clear from the live tracks they have released so far that Grant Showbiz must have recorded pretty much every show he did the sound for!

      And maybe the Soundcheck version of Unloveable and Asleep will be the extra two songs!!? We can dream
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    11. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Something looks like it has gone wrong with the live tracks thing. No release today, and the site no longer advertises the plan to release live tracks. Instead, the TIALTNGO page links to the "take 1" version.
    12. bobbydriver
      bobbydriver
      Yeah, I noticed that there was no release yesterday as normal..
    13. bobbydriver
      bobbydriver
      On the upside - the SGABTO pages still says
      live version coming
      02:10:17
    14. GMS
      GMS
      i.tunes has 'There is a light....' live at The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, 15th August 1986.
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    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      It's also up on Spotify now, just not linked from the official page.
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    16. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Better late than never - YouTube:

      Regards,
      FWD.
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