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Old 03-10-2018, 18:34
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I'd pay them £100 just to perform Glasnost live! (I'll get round to a proper list at some point!
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Old 04-10-2018, 11:18
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Bit bored so I put together one for the period before (ie. start up to Masses). I've always thought the Nynex setlist was a really strong one, so I've gone with that and substituted in Little Baby Nothing, From Despair to Where (tough call on Roses in the Hospital), Masses and a few songs from TIMT :

1. Everything Must Go
2. You Stole The Sun
3. Faster
4. Kevin Carter
5. La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh)
6. Tsunami
7. From Despair to Where
8. Masses Against the Classes
9. Little Baby Nothing
10. Motown Junk
11. Motorcycle Emptiness
12. No Surface All Feeling
13. This Is Yesterday (Acoustic)
14. Small Black Flowers That Grow in the Sky (Acoustic)
15. Yes
16. Australia
17. If You Tolerate This
18. Stay Beautiful
19. A Design for Life
20. You Love Us

I deliberated swapping Australia for Prologue to History, but the former just about won out.

Edit- Was just comparing both set lists and it hit me that if I was putting together a career spanning set list I could only really make a case for International Blue and Your Love Alone replacing anything in to the set list above. When they play live, their sets invariably feature tracks from their latest album so you do tend to hear some of the new stuff, but if it was based on their whole body of work, then I would maybe swap International Blue for EMG and Your Love Alone for Kevin Carter and that would be about it really. Maybe Walk Me to the Bridge instead of Australia as well at a push.

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Old 05-10-2018, 00:29
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Can you imagine if Know Your Enemy was their debut? It would pribably be held up as a classic!
Anyway, Iv spent quite alot of time this week thinking about this, and I have come up with not one, not two, but three setlists!! I call them "The Sweaty Club / Mid-sized Academy Venue Setlist, The Arena Filling Enormo-dome / Stadium Setlist, and the No Fucking Way Never In A Million Years Totally Unrealistic Setlist From Hell
So here goes.

The Sweaty Club / Mid-sized Academy Venue Setlist

Found That Soul
Marlon JD
Dead Martyrs
Next Jet To Leave Moscow
Rendition
All Is Vanity
Europa Geht Durch Mich
Sequels Of Forgotten Wars
Imperial Bodybags
Broken Algorithms
Introvenus Agnistic
A Secret Society
Heyday Of The Blood
A Billion Balconies Facoing The Sun
Ocean Spray
Your Love Alone
Forever Delayed
Judge Yourself
This Sullen Welsh Heart
Royal Corispondant
Peeled Apples
Freedom Of Speech Wont Feed My Children
Walk Me To The Bridge
Rock And Roll Music


The Arena Filling Enormo-dome / Stadium Setlist

1985
Postcards From A Young Man
International Blue
Distant Colours
So Why So Sad
Automatik Teknicolour
Walk Me To The Bridge
Let Robeson Sing
Hold Me Like A Heaven
Welcome To The Dead Zone
The Second Great Depression
Empty Souls
Golden Platitudes
Solitude Somtimes Is
In Eternity
Jackie Collins
Its Not War
Send Away The Tigers
Baby Ellien
Rewind The Film
Cardiff Afterlife
All We Make Is Entertainment
Your Love Alone


No Fucking Way Never In A Million Years Totally Unrealistic Setlist From Hell

Engage With Your Shadow
Togeather Stronger ( C'mon Wales )
Wattsville Blues
Autumnsong
Miss Europa Disco Dancer
Underdogs
Ballad Of The Bangkok Novotel
Death Of A Digital Gohst
Umberella
Dying Breeds
Faliur bound
Gohst Of Christmas
Little Trolls
The Last Time I Saw Paris
Fearless Punk Ballad
Antisocialmenifesto
This Is The Day
The Descent pages 1 & 2
4 Lonley Roads
The Girl Frrom Tiger Bay
Engage With Your Shadow
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Old 05-10-2018, 09:43
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No Fucking Way Never In A Million Years Totally Unrealistic Setlist From Hell

Engage With Your Shadow
Togeather Stronger ( C'mon Wales )
Wattsville Blues
Autumnsong
Miss Europa Disco Dancer
Underdogs
Ballad Of The Bangkok Novotel
Death Of A Digital Gohst
Umberella
Dying Breeds
Faliur bound
Gohst Of Christmas
Little Trolls
The Last Time I Saw Paris
Fearless Punk Ballad
Antisocialmenifesto
This Is The Day
The Descent pages 1 & 2
4 Lonley Roads
The Girl Frrom Tiger Bay
Engage With Your Shadow
Starting and ending with Engage With Your Shadow eh? Bold. How about this...

‘Little Trolls Global Megadome 250-gig 2-Year World Tour’

Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Engage With Your Shadow (Acoustic)
Little Trolls (Acoustic)
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
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Old 05-10-2018, 11:28
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Starting and ending with Engage With Your Shadow eh? Bold. How about this...

‘Little Trolls Global Megadome 250-gig 2-Year World Tour’

Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
Engage With Your Shadow (Acoustic)
Little Trolls (Acoustic)
Engage With Your Shadow
Little Trolls
Engage With Your Shadow
I woud pay good money to see this.
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Old 06-10-2018, 18:34
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Just wanna say, Suicide Aldi props for the full blooded commitment on this! Loving your lists. Personally, I'm down the front for the sweaty gig. That looks like a punisher.
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Old 06-10-2018, 18:50
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I'd pay them £100 just to perform Glasnost live! (I'll get round to a proper list at some point!
Seconded.
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Old 06-10-2018, 21:33
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Just wanna say, Suicide Aldi props for the full blooded commitment on this! Loving your lists. Personally, I'm down the front for the sweaty gig. That looks like a punisher.
Cheers! I had alot of fun thinking about this down the week.
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Old 08-10-2018, 11:46
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OK, more fun and games from me. This is something I reckon about 4 or 5 people would come to (probably not even the band!) But I came up with a post 2001 setlist based on the idea of a Lifeblood gig. Plenty of synths and the experimentation that happened between 2002-2005, plus a few newer ones that fit the style.

1985
To Repel Ghosts
Automatik Teknicolour
The Next Jet To Leave Moscow
There By The Grace of God
The Love of Richard Nixon
A Song For Departure
The Soulmates
Empty Souls
Always/Never
I Miss The Tokyo Skyline
Empty Motorcade
Litany
Everyone Knows/Nobody Cares
Hold Me Like A Heaven
Glasnost
Firefight
I Live To Fall Asleep
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Old 08-10-2018, 19:06
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You had Generation Terrorists or whoever who played early Manics at functions.
I'm not saying form a tribute act to their 21st Century but...
And after taking part and working it out to prove my merit I realise I had left off JFPL!
Maybe thought Richey was 90's? Quibble went ahead and posted it. A section of the fandom will love how it ends and I'm amazed they haven't done something like that before.

Found That Soul
International Blue
Indian Summer
Empty Souls
Rewind The Film
YLAINE
Postcards From A Young Man
Walk Me To The Bridge
There By The Grace Of God
Europa Geht Durch Mich
TLORN
Autumnsong
Show Me The Wonder
People Give In
It's Not War (Just The End Of Love)
Ladies and Gentleman on vocals Wire etc Engage With Your Shadow
As Holy As The Soil
The Left Behind
Futurology (We're fucking off, go home but WE'LL BE BACK ONE DAY....)
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Old 05-11-2018, 17:31
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I would die to see this set....

Peeled Apples
1985
International Blue
Anthem For a Lost Cause
Sequels of Forgotten Wars
Hold Me Like a Heaven
Dead Martyrs
His Last Painting
My Guernica
The Convalescent

Facing Page: Top Left
Door To The River
This Sullen Welsh Heart (as duet)

Europa Geht Durch Much (as duet)
You Love Alone...(as duet)
Walk Me To The Bridge
Golden Platitudes
Jackie Collins....
Red Rubber
Freedom Of Speech...

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Old 07-11-2018, 10:15
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Fairly straightforward for me to do this list as I became a fan in 2001 and the majority of my favourite songs are from 2001 onwards.

I've tried to keep the setlist balanced and realistic - i.e. suitable songs for their slots such as heavy opening tracks and anthemic closing tracks, no b-sides. Everything on this list has been played at least once before and with the exception of DTTR, I've heard all of them live myself.

Intro Tape: The Vorticists

International Blue
Found That Soul
Empty Souls
Peeled Apples
Imperial Bodybags
Distant Colours
There By The Grace of God
Cardiff Afterlife
Rewind The Film
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This Sullen Welsh Heart (acoustic)
Door To The River (acoustic)
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Send Away The Tigers
Journal For Plague Lovers
Let Robeson Sing
Solitude Sometimes Is
People Give In
Walk Me To The Bridge
Show Me The Wonder
Golden Platitudes
Postcards From A Young Man
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Old 13-11-2018, 08:57
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Can you have judge yrself or masses?

1. found that soul
2. ocean spray
3. dead martyrs
4. intravenous agnostic
5. wattsville blues
6. so why so sad
7. 1985
8. empty souls
9. peeled apples
10. bag lady, played repeatedly until they are kicked off
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Old 17-11-2018, 19:07
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Judge Y'rself yes (released in 03.) Masses no (released in 00.)

Good list tho!
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Old 22-11-2018, 22:25
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1 Found that soul
2 International Blue
3 It’s not war
4 Ocean Spray
5 Distant Colours
6 Walk me to the bridge
7 The year of purification
8 Jackie Collins Existential Question Time
9 Me and Stephen Hawking
10 Your love alone

11 Let Robeson Sing (acoustic)
12 Some kind of nothingness (acoustic)

13 Let’s go to war
14 Marlon JD
15 People Give In
16 Hold me like a Heaven
17 Autumnsong
18 Rendition
19 I’m just a patsy
20 Freedom of speech won’t feed my children
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