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[[Category:The Smiths Bootlegs]]
 
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[[Category:The Smiths Bootleg LPs]]
 
[[Category:The Smiths Bootleg LPs]]
[[File:Royal-Command-Performance-Front.jpg | right | thumb |Front Cover]]
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[[File:Royal-Command-Performance-Back.jpg | right | thumb |Back Cover]]
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[[File:Royal-Command-Performance-LP-Front.jpg | right | thumb |Front Cover]]
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[[File:Royal-Command-Performance-LP-Back.jpg | right | thumb |Back Cover]]
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{{Discobox-Bootleg
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| Name = Royal Command Performance
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| Recorded = [[Manchester, England 1986-07-19 (The Smiths concert)|19 July, 1986<br>G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England]]<br>and<br>[[London, England 1986-12-12 (The Smiths concert)|12 December, 1986<br>Brixton Academy, London, England]]
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| Publisher = Royal Records (001)<ref name=rogan />
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| Format =  Vinyl
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| Type = Bootleg Album
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| ArtistType = The Smiths
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| Previous = Rest In Peace – The Smiths Live
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| PreviousLink = Rest In Peace – The Smiths Live (LP bootleg)
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| Next = The Rusholme Ruffians
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| NextLink = The Rusholme Ruffians (LP bootleg)
 
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==Track List==
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===Side A===
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[[London, England 1986-12-12 (The Smiths concert)|12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England]]
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#[[Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others]]
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#[[Shoplifters Of The World Unite]]
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#[[Cemetry Gates]]
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#[[This Night Has Opened My Eyes]]
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#[[Still Ill]]
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#[[Panic]]
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===Side B===
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Tracks 1 - 3: [[London, England 1986-12-12 (The Smiths concert)|12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England]]<br>
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Tracks 4 - 7: [[Manchester, England 1986-07-19 (The Smiths concert)|19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England]]
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#[[The Queen Is Dead (song)|The Queen Is Dead]]
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#[[William, It Was Really Nothing]]
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#[[Hand In Glove]]
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#[[Bigmouth Strikes Again]]
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#[[Vicar In A Tutu]]
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#[[Frankly, Mr. Shankly]]
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#[[There Is A Light That Never Goes Out]]
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===Side C===
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Tracks 1 - 6: [[Manchester, England 1986-07-19 (The Smiths concert)|19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England]]<br>
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Track 7: Unknown Source
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#[[Ask]]
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#[[I Want The One I Can’t Have]]
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#[[Is It Really So Strange?]]
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#[[Shakespeare’s Sister]]
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#[[Stretch Out And Wait]]
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#[[That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore]]
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#[[Jeane]] (featuring [[Sandie Shaw]])
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===Side D===
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Tracks 1 - 2: [[Manchester, England 1986-07-19 (The Smiths concert)|19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England]]<br>
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Tracks 3 - 5: [[London, England 1986-12-12 (The Smiths concert)|12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England]]<br>
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Track 6: Unknown Source
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#[[I Know It’s Over]]
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#[[Rusholme Ruffians]]/[[(Marie’s The Name) His Latest Flame]] (Medley)
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#[[London]]
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#[[Miserable Lie]]
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#[[The Boy With The Thorn In His Side]]
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#[[Girl Don’t Come]] (featuring [[Sandie Shaw]])
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Track lists checked and validated against multiple sites.<ref name=rogan /><ref name=arcane /><ref name=cgates /><ref name=akira /><ref name=msolo /><ref name=pjlm />
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==Album Notes==
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* This is an incomplete release of the 12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London concert. The following songs are omitted: [[Ask]], [[Bigmouth Strikes Again]], [[There Is A Light That Never Goes Out]] and [[Is It Really So Strange?]].
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* This is an incomplete release of the 19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester concert. The following songs are omitted: [[Panic]], [[Cemetry Gates]], [[The Boy With The Thorn In His Side]], [[The Queen Is Dead (song)|The Queen Is Dead]] and [[Hand In Glove]].
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==References And Notes==
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<references>
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<ref name=rogan>{{cite | auth=Rogan, Johnny | date=October 1, 2012 | pub=Omnibus Press ISBN 1-7803-8304-5 | title=Morrissey & Marr: The Severed Alliance: Updated & Revised 20th Anniversary Edition}}</ref>
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<ref name=arcane>Information provided by [http://foreverill.com/bootlegs/index.html The Arcane Old Wardrobe]</ref>
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<ref name=cgates>Information provided by [http://www.cemetrygates.com/features/smithsboots.html Cemetry Gates]</ref>
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<ref name=akira>Information provided by [http://akiraware.com/ Akira Ware]</ref>
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<ref name=msolo>Information provided by [http://www.morrissey-solo.com/forums/3-Downloads-Bootlegs/ Morrissey Solo Bootleg Forum]</ref>
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<ref name=pjlm>Information provided by [http://www.passionsjustlikemine.com/ Passions Just Like Mine]</ref>
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<references />

Latest revision as of 07:06, 27 October 2012


Front Cover
Back Cover
THE SMITHS Bootleg Album
Name Royal Command Performance
Length
Recorded 19 July, 1986
G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England

and
12 December, 1986
Brixton Academy, London, England
Art work
Publisher Royal Records (001)[1]
Format(s) Vinyl
Bootleg Album
Rest In Peace – The Smiths Live
Royal Command Performance
The Rusholme Ruffians



Track List

Side A

12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England

  1. Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
  2. Shoplifters Of The World Unite
  3. Cemetry Gates
  4. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
  5. Still Ill
  6. Panic

Side B

Tracks 1 - 3: 12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England
Tracks 4 - 7: 19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England

  1. The Queen Is Dead
  2. William, It Was Really Nothing
  3. Hand In Glove
  4. Bigmouth Strikes Again
  5. Vicar In A Tutu
  6. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
  7. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

Side C

Tracks 1 - 6: 19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England
Track 7: Unknown Source

  1. Ask
  2. I Want The One I Can’t Have
  3. Is It Really So Strange?
  4. Shakespeare’s Sister
  5. Stretch Out And Wait
  6. That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore
  7. Jeane (featuring Sandie Shaw)

Side D

Tracks 1 - 2: 19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England
Tracks 3 - 5: 12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England
Track 6: Unknown Source

  1. I Know It’s Over
  2. Rusholme Ruffians/(Marie’s The Name) His Latest Flame (Medley)
  3. London
  4. Miserable Lie
  5. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
  6. Girl Don’t Come (featuring Sandie Shaw)


Track lists checked and validated against multiple sites.[1][2][3][4][5][6]


Album Notes


References And Notes

<references> [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Rogan, Johnny. (October 1, 2012). Morrissey & Marr: The Severed Alliance: Updated & Revised 20th Anniversary Edition. Omnibus Press ISBN 1-7803-8304-5.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Information provided by The Arcane Old Wardrobe
  3. 3.0 3.1 Information provided by Cemetry Gates
  4. 4.0 4.1 Information provided by Akira Ware
  5. 5.0 5.1 Information provided by Morrissey Solo Bootleg Forum
  6. 6.0 6.1 Information provided by Passions Just Like Mine