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North American Show Set List--please post after tonight!

#1 Post by Remark » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 3:03 am

Hello Pets! I'm assuming someone who attends the Montreal show tonight will post a full concert set list! PLEASE DO along with ALL THE DETAILS!

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#2 Post by Luke Colorado » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 3:08 am

NO! Dude... not into surprises?

I'm going to have to stop reading this forum.
I sincerely *love* Disco 2 and listen to it straight through regularly.

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#3 Post by Henrik Powers » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 4:52 am

The show was Amazing ! (weird audience at first ... but went well just after Heart)
Great Vocals by Neil and even a very very little dance by Chris in the begining of So Hard

The Tracklist :

Preshow : Popjustice CD (mix compilation)

1.God Willing
2.Psychological
3.Left To My Own Devices
4.Suburbia
5.I'm with Stupid
6.Can You Forgive Her?
7.Rent
8.Minimal
9.Shopping
10.Dreaming of the Queen
11.Heart
12.Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of Money)
13.Integral

Part 2

14.Numb
15.Se A Vida É (Thats The Way Life Is)/Domino dancing
16.Where The Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes Off You)
17.Always On My Mind
18.Flamboyant
19.Home and dry
20.West End Girls
21.The Sodom And Gomorrah Show
22. So hard

Encore

23.It's a Sin
24.Go west

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Thanks

#4 Post by psbhappy » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 4:55 am

Thanks so much. I'm flying to Texas to see them in Austin on Saturday and Dallas the next. I would have loved to hear Miracles and One in a Million live, but the setlist sounds great. Thanks for the quick post! :D

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#5 Post by MikeyC » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 5:23 am

Wow!! Hmmm, no "I'm With Stupid"?? The lead-off single to 'Fundamental'?? Weird, but cool set-list! 8)

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#6 Post by Henrik Powers » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 5:27 am

MikeyC wrote:Wow!! Hmmm, no "I'm With Stupid"?? The lead-off single to 'Fundamental'?? Weird, but cool set-list! 8)
Ouppppssss! Forgot it between suburbia and can you forgive her? ( i think)

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#7 Post by patrick » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 5:37 am

How's the swag this time around?

Shirts?
Program?
Book?
CD?

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#8 Post by Henrik Powers » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 5:58 am

patrick wrote:How's the swag this time around?

Shirts?
Program?
Book?
CD?
3 kind of shirt (1.sodom 2.pet shop boys 3.close-up face)

THE PROGRAM IS AMAZING ... GREAT GREAT Design (like always)
first part is like the release program (text by Chris Heath)
second part is pictures of backstage and of the boys... here a little montage with my Super High definition camera (believe me thoses pictures don't do it justice at all... i wonder if i'm doing the right thing by putting them up here)

No book or CD

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#9 Post by Rorie » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 6:13 am

Great pics.

Sylvia is a sweetie.

How did you manage to meet them backstage?

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#10 Post by Rorie » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 6:16 am

PS - thanks as well, as now I know the Tour Book is white so I can take my black marker with me.

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#11 Post by Dez » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 6:17 am

WOW! I am gonna c them here in Oct
All of My Friends are Here! And ready to Disco. (Dez)

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#12 Post by retrofuturist » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 6:27 am

What kind of orchestration did It's A Sin have? Barfly/Parkinson style... or more of a traditional arrangement?

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#13 Post by Henrik Powers » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 7:17 am

retrofuturist wrote:What kind of orchestration did It's A Sin have? Barfly/Parkinson style... or more of a traditional arrangement?
Everything was pretty similar to the album track (that may be my only complaint, oh forgot about the sound... could've been a bit louder) I loved almost all the version they played on the nightlife tour... Of course it's all a question of taste

BTW - the tour program is bright yellow with the typo in hologram

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#14 Post by Deschanel » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 7:50 am

I'm looking forward to seeing them next month in SF.

BTW, "swag" means "free stuff". I hear it's origin is, "Stolen Without A Gun".

It doesn't mean expensive T-shirts sold at a concert.

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#15 Post by GalataPSB » Wed 11 Oct 2006, 8:56 am

Henrik Powers wrote:
The Tracklist :

Preshow : Popjustice CD (mix compilation)

1.God Willing
2.Psychological
3.Left To My Own Devices
4.Suburbia
5.I'm with Stupid
6.Can You Forgive Her?
7.Rent
8.Minimal
9.Shopping
10.Dreaming of the Queen
11.Heart
12.Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of Money)
13.Integral

Part 2

14.Numb
15.Se A Vida É (Thats The Way Life Is)/Domino dancing
16.Where The Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes Off You)
17.Always On My Mind
18.Flamboyant
19.Home and dry
20.West End Girls
21.The Sodom And Gomorrah Show
22. So hard

Encore

23.It's a Sin
24.Go west

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great list 8)

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