I don't know how I missed this - I may even have been there - oops! But I had no idea that THIS was the set list - oung offender I don't know what you want but i can't give it anymore Suburbia Can you forgive her Left to my own devices Se a vida é Rent You only tell me you love me when you're drunk ...
Thanks for the heads up on Coles books - I've ordered a copy. i wasn;t going to bother, I mean how many times do i need to read lyrics in a book that I know off by heart anyway, but still. at that price!
Well, I have to admit that the details on Very on the Vinyl reissue are marvellous. It sounds so much fuller and more solid somehow - mind you for some reason it's the land I've probably listened to the least, but side 1 has been an absolute joy - onto side 2 and then Bilingual
They even got the spelling wrong of Phil Oakey (Oakley) several times in the same piece about the Human League.
And it only has one person reviewing the albums - it might as well be the blog of Wyndham Wallace -
They seem to regurgitate the PR releases and use old interviews to pad out new features.
Wow - that's a long gap! Hopefully there will be a flurry of album releases at that time - 22 songs is good, and there's plenty still unreleased, etc, Still, it's a long wait, if not the longest there's been.
The Electric tour at the O2 was very flat. Nice visuals, but it didn;t work This tour, taking it's lead from the Release tour is FAR better. It's their best ever actually. I would however have replaced A dictator decides (much that I love it) with I'm not scared, as the show needed one more older so...