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#31 Post by Danger »

If they will come in Italy with this set-list, it will be a concert to remember 4 ever. Fantastic tracks above asll my favourite: Can you forgive her? and Flamboyant. There is only one thing that I don't like: there aren't song form Nightlife, one of my favourite albums (NYC Boy, I don't know what you want but I can't give it any more, Drunk... :( ).

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#32 Post by Artistica »

Tomas wrote:
Artistica wrote:What were the prices for the T-shirts by the way? (Does anyone have pictures of the designs?)
I'd say it's the same as 2, 3, 4 here http://www.petshopboys.biz/petshop/#463X0 (see also viewtopic.php?t=13254), except the back side should be different. Prices during summer were about 25 euros (= approx. 32 USD).
Thanks so much!
Wow it looks like they only have fairly large sizes...good for collection purposes but not for wearing (well if you're rather small yourself)

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#33 Post by S-sense »

Where are the best songs from Fundamental?

For me its not really an exciting setlist.

:shock:

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#34 Post by mindboy »

dVTB wrote:
Henrik Powers wrote:Heart was perfect (it got the audience on there feet)
The program was 30$ (canadian dollar = 25$ american dollar)
Minimal and shopping were back to back
The production is quite the same as the summer festival (wich i found a bit dissapointing) I would i loved something a bit more "Arty"
Can you describe how Heart sounded? Was it more like the album or single version, or did it sound a bit updated?

Cool pic, btw :up:
Yes, and Can you forgive her?? And any new version of other older songs or the same as during summer shows? Was H&D unplugged or plugged? :lol: Glad you liked the show. Can´t wait till they come back to Europe! :P
Chris Heath: Why you're surfing?
Chris Lowe: Coz we can!
Neil Tennant: Exactly. :D
(Performance commentary during What have I done to deserve this??)

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#35 Post by GalataPSB »

S-sense wrote:Where are the best songs from Fundamental?

For me its not really an exciting setlist.

:shock:
1.God Willing
2.Psychological
5.I'm with Stupid
8.Minimal
13.Integral
14.Numb
21.The Sodom And Gomorrah Show

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#36 Post by Henrik Powers »

Heart was the single mix (with the fake end...:))
H&Dry was unplugged

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#37 Post by patrick »

Deschanel wrote:BTW, "swag" means "free stuff".
Not exclusively:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/swag

;)

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#38 Post by Pani »

Thanx so much for all the info!
How cool, after their summer gigs they now play
Dreaming Of The Queen live on a regular, proper
tour, too!



Henrik Powers wrote: Image
Very very nice! :D
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#39 Post by Henrik Powers »

Pani wrote:Thanx so much for all the info!



Henrik Powers wrote: Image
Very very nice! :D
Yep.. thank first time meeting them and quite happy! (i baffled a bit but i think they got the point that i loved them)

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#40 Post by Pani »

Erm, I just did an edit ... :oops:
Pls. note! :mrgreen:

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#41 Post by Bulldog »

Shopper wrote:
and is PSB the only group, which do tea breaks between concerts :roll:
No, actually Pink Floyd used to do it in the seventies gigs...

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#42 Post by ClyCly »

The tour programmes were 30$ Cdn and t-shirt were 40$ Cdn. I got one that is tight to the body and really fits good !

Cheers,

Isa.

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#43 Post by ClyCly »

Henrik Powers wrote:
Pani wrote:Thanx so much for all the info!



Henrik Powers wrote: Image
Very very nice! :D
Yep.. thank first time meeting them and quite happy! (i baffled a bit but i think they got the point that i loved them)
I love your picture Henrik really nice. How it was backstage ?

Cheers,

Cly

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#44 Post by Henrik Powers »

ClyCly wrote:
Henrik Powers wrote:
Pani wrote:Thanx so much for all the info!



Very very nice! :D
Yep.. thank first time meeting them and quite happy! (i baffled a bit but i think they got the point that i loved them)
I love your picture Henrik really nice. How it was backstage ?

Cheers,

Cly
Well, it wasn't actually backstage it was more "outside" after the show, Both of them (with Sylvia) were very kind to sign stuff for a few fans. I did'nt quite know what to say... So i said i loved them greatly. I asked How was it for them? Both seemed quite happy with the show. (i wanted to tell them "thanks for the music" but forgot) Then off they went.

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#45 Post by ClyCly »

Well that's a nice picture. Well don't worry me too the first time I met them I was speachless and didn't know really what to say but in 2002, I was a bit more chatty don't worry that's normal it's quite something to meet someone you admire :)

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