Would you attend a posthumous Morrissey/Smiths hologram tour?

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Anonymous

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It seems to increasingly be the in vogue thing, so - when the time comes - would you attend a posthumous Morrissey or Smiths hologram tour? If so, what sort of thing would you like to see? Would there still be a guestlist for the barrier? Or would such a thing be total sacrilege?
 

qwerty123

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It seems to increasingly be the in vogue thing, so - when the time comes - would you attend a posthumous Morrissey or Smiths hologram tour? If so, what sort of thing would you like to see? Would there still be a guestlist for the barrier? Or would such a thing be total sacrilege?
People here would moan about it and throw their toys out of the Pram, but they’d be there, of course they would.
 
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would prefer this (preferably in my living room) to seeing a cover band
 
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Anonymous

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When hologram Moz does the shirt toss, they could have a T-shirt cannon hidden on stage fire one into the crowd.
 

gordyboy9

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does this mean the four of them have died.was it cobra 19,if those four died then a lot of people on here will have died as well.least it would be easy to get a ticket.
 

Oh my

Enough! or Too much
I would not go to a hologram concert... I don't care if it's The Smiths, Morrissey or any other band... Because of the same reason that I would never decorate my house with the poster of a painting (I hate it when I see people doing it... I simply don't get it).

So... No, but it's unrelated to The Smiths.
 
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