17-10-2002 - Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, Australia

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Post 06-May-2007 12:10

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Hola a todos los miembros de Smithstorrents.co.uk este es la primera vez que subo un CD, este cd me lo dio un amigo hace unas cuantas horas y le pase al CD por el Tau Analyzer y me confirmo que alguna vez a sido mp3 lo siento pero no es mi culpa pero igual lo pongo en la pagina para quien quiera descargarlo
El sonido es muy bueno
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Hello to all Smithstorrents.co.uk's members this is the first time the fact that I upload a CD, this CD a friend gave it to me he makes a few hours and pass him to the CD for the Tau Analyzer and I confirm myself than any time I feel been mp3 but he is not my fault but equal I get it on the page for that he want to downalod it
The sound is pretty good
Source : CDR ==> EAC ==> FLAC
Incluye Cover Arts
Disfruten!!!
Enjoy!!!
17 October 2002
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, Australia
I Want The One I Can't Have
Suedehead
Little Man, What Now?
Hairdresser On Fire
The First Of The Gang To Die
Jack The Ripper
I Like You
Alsatian Cousin
Everyday Is Like Sunday
Sister I'm A Poet
The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
Meat Is Murder
Irish Blood, English Heart
November Spawned A Monster
Speedway
/There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
The Adelaide date was a good and uneventful affair. Morrissey was at his usual best. Fans were into the concert without being too rowdy. There were two attempts by fans to make it on stage, one of which being a set up (perhaps for the cameras?). Professional cameras were present, shooting before, during and after the concert for an upcoming documentary on UK's Channel 4 (broadcast in 2003 as "The Importance Of Being Morrissey").
Morrissey greeted this fans "Welcome to a night to forget!" and said he was happy to be in Adelaide after "72 years". One line in "Suedehead" was adapted to "It was a good lay, good lay, here in Adelaide, Adelaide". Soon after Morrissey thanked fanzine editor Julia Riley for recommending a vegetarian restaurant to him. He returned to the topic when he said that Borderers was the best restaurant in Australia. When "The First In The Gang To Die" didn't get the expected reaction, Morrissey commented "not every song can be a zinger". Morrissey still chatted quite a lot with fans in the front rows. He would apologise "for being me" or for using the spotlight so much that the lighting guy would wear out the bulb.
At some point Morrissey said "All requests will be... ignored". When someone in the audience shouted for "Pregnant For The Last Time" Morrissey replied "'Pregnant For The Last Time'? If ever there was a career-ender...". So then Alain decided to play the opening chords to that particular song, which prompted Morrissey to threaten (jokingly) to sack his band: "Tomorrow night I'll be using tapes". When Alain replied "We already are!", Morrissey added "Alain cracks a joke and in the usual way...".
For some reason, Morrissey joked that he smelled like Qantas Airways or airplanes. When he threw his shirt into the audience, there was the expected fight for scraps of it. Introducing "Meat Is Murder", Morrissey ranted against Bush Munchies, food for people living in the Australian Outback: "You know how people go out in the bush and eat things". But he meant to talk about Bush Tucker, not Bush Munchies. Many people in the audience didn't understand what he was ranting about. He was finally corrected when Morrissey realised he wasn't being understood: "Are there any Australians in the audience? (...) Tucker? T-U-C-K-E-R.... as I was saying, this song in a roundabout way is about Bush Tucker...". At the end, Morrissey thanked his fans and said that they would never forget Adelaide.
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Post 06-May-2007 12:34 (after 24 minutes)

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Muchas gracias !!
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Post 12-May-2007 14:46 (after 6 days)

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Thank you very much for this one! Can't wait to listen to it!
BTW are there any SBD or FM recordings of the 2002 tour?
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Post 12-May-2007 15:44 (after 57 minutes)

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many thanks for the upload!
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Post 16-May-2007 14:56 (after 3 days)

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Thanks for the upload, and also to those who continue to seed...!
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Post 03-Sep-2007 10:04 (after 3 months 17 days)

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Hi anovella,
many thanks for this upload.
I just burned my copy on CD and listened to the whole set.
It's definitely nice to hear the wonderful early solo-stuff live. :)
I wonder why he doesn't play these songs more often ... they're still great!
Greatings
Stubs
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Post 08-Sep-2007 00:08 (after 4 days)

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Hi thanks for sharing, but this recording has gaps in between the songs. It sounds like MP3 to me. Either way I hate the gaps. Thanks anyway.
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Post 25-Jun-2013 21:36 (after 5 years 9 months)

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hi,
any chance of a seed for this one?
thanks !
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