Wellington - Town Hall (Dec. 14, 2012) post-show

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Set List:


Shoplifters Of The World Unite / You Have Killed Me / You're The One For Me, Fatty / November Spawned A Monster / Alma Matters / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / How Soon Is Now? / First Of The Gang To Die / Black Cloud / Ouija Board, Ouija Board / To Give (The Reason I Live) / I Know It's Over / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want / Let Me Kiss You / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / Irish Blood, English Heart / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / Sweet And Tender Hooligan // Still Ill

set list provided by redod



 
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redod

New Member
Setlist:

Shoplifters of the world
You have killed me
You're the one for me fatty
November spawned a monster
Alma matters
I'm throwing my arms around Paris
How soon is now?
First of the gang to die
Black cloud
Ouija board, ouija board
To give the reason I live
I know it's over
Everyday is like Sunday
Please, please, please let me get what I want
Let me kiss you
Meat is murder
Speedway
Irish blood, English heart
The youngest was the most loved
Sweet and tender hooligan
-encore-
Still ill

Amazing show, will post more info when I get back to the hotel.
 
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Luke Action McClure

Guest
November spawned a monster. Great. Have missed hearing that one live.

Thanks for the setlist :)
 

redod

New Member
Great show, Morrissey sounded amazing and the band were in good form.

Very happy with the setlist, even songs I don't really like such as Paris sounded much better live. November was a surprise and lucky to hear Hooligan too.

Morrissey was quite chatty, can't remember everything that he said but he thanked new Zealand for having tv ads denouncing battery hens. He spoke on Boz's arm - "he fell off a roof, as you do". Boz used a guitar stand or would sit.

So happy, and am looking forward to seeing him again in Auckland tomorrow.
 

123xyz

Well-Known Member
Subscriber
Great show, Morrissey sounded amazing and the band were in good form.

Very happy with the setlist, even songs I don't really like such as Paris sounded much better live. November was a surprise and lucky to hear Hooligan too.

Morrissey was quite chatty, can't remember everything that he said but he thanked new Zealand for having tv ads denouncing battery hens. He spoke on Boz's arm - "he fell off a roof, as you do". Boz used a guitar stand or would sit.

So happy, and am looking forward to seeing him again in Auckland tomorrow.

Sorry to be greedy but any more details ( however inconsequential ) that come to mind ? Groovy avatar by the way ...
 

redod

New Member
Sorry to be greedy but any more details ( however inconsequential ) that come to mind ? Groovy avatar by the way ...
Thanks, that's my cat Petal.

Um let me think... The band were wearing All Blacks shirts (for those who don't know the All Blacks are our national rugby team). Morrissey passed the mic into the crowd and let people ask questions. Nothing too interesting, one girl said she loved him, another said she was vegetarian because if him. One guy said a couple of lines from Munich Air Disaster 1958, which Morrissey coyly acknowledged. He told the Wellington crowd to get off their fat arses and go to the Auckland show tomorrow. One guy managed to get on stage and grab a hold of Morrissey's leg, I think during sweet and tender hooligan. Took his shirt off during LMKY.

Oh and I got to touch his hand :)
 

123xyz

Well-Known Member
Subscriber
Thanks, that's my cat Petal.

Um let me think... The band were wearing All Blacks shirts (for those who don't know the All Blacks are our national rugby team). Morrissey passed the mic into the crowd and let people ask questions. Nothing too interesting, one girl said she loved him, another said she was vegetarian because if him. One guy said a couple of lines from Munich Air Disaster 1958, which Morrissey coyly acknowledged. He told the Wellington crowd to get off their fat arses and go to the Auckland show tomorrow. One guy managed to get on stage and grab a hold of Morrissey's leg, I think during sweet and tender hooligan. Took his shirt off during LMKY.

Oh and I got to touch his hand :)


Well done ! Oh and thanks for the further bits ...
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Seven Smiths songs - the most he's ever played since the Smiths split.
Must be missing Marr more than ever...
 

Jamie

Bluff, Ardour & Assoc.
I thought we had been absolved of further live renderings of Irish Blood, English Heart and First of the Gang To Die. Alas - at least the latter exhibited signs of a much less moribund arrangement on the last tour.

Quite interesting - telling? - that To Give is still in the line-up yet none of the new songs. Curious to see if this continues on the future dates here and Stateside.
 

mozmic_dancer

One of the Good Guys
Beautiful photos, Bryce Edwards. #11 looks like you captured him just as someone sneezed. :lbf:

I noticed some interesting imagery on the bass drums. One graphic looks like a leaf or fern. Did anyone see the other image on the other drum?
 
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realitybites

making lemonade
Subscriber
Setlist:

Shoplifters of the world
You have killed me

You're the one for me fatty
November spawned a monster
Alma matters
I'm throwing my arms around Paris
How soon is now?
First of the gang to die

Black cloud
Ouija board, ouija board
To give the reason I live
I know it's over
Everyday is like Sunday

Please, please, please let me get what I want
Let me kiss you

Meat is murder
Speedway
Irish blood, English heart
The youngest was the most loved

Sweet and tender hooligan
-encore-
Still ill
Awesome setlist. Especially the ones in bold. Hope this is the trend...
 

Librarian On Fire

Active Member
Beautiful photos, Bryce Edwards. #11 looks like you captured him just as someone sneezed. :lbf:

I noticed some interesting imagery on the bass drums. One graphic looks like a leaf or fern. Did anyone see the other image on the other drum?
It's a silver fern. The symbol the All Blacks wear on their shirts as do most New Zealand sporting teams. Nice touch.
 

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