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Offline Dillinger

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #15 on: April 03, 2007, 20:29:18 »
i think mine would be roughly:

shake dog shake
charlotte sometimes
100 years
siamese twins
killing an arab
play for today
lullaby
prayers for rain
sinking
friday im in love
screw
a letter to elise
like cockatoo's
cut here
pictures of you
fire in cairo
lovesong
17 seconds
just like heaven
kyoto song
a forest

encore 1:
close to me
inbetween days
just say yes

encore 2:
why cant i be you
mint car
boys dont cry
lets go to bed





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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #16 on: April 04, 2007, 04:15:07 »
Let's see, what sounds good today...? 

Shak Dog Shake
Play For Today
Secrets
Open
Watching Me Fall
The Holy Hour
This Twilight Garden
The Kiss
Other Voices
Push
How beautiful You Are
Last Dance
The Baby Screams
Never Enough
A Strange Day
100 Years
A Forest
Sinking

Icing Sugar
Hey You
Shive And Shake

Plainsong
The Same Deep water As You
Disintegration

The Funeral Party
The Downing Man
Faith

Play With Me
It's Not You
I'm Cold
Give Me It







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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2007, 19:29:30 »
my ideal setlist would inlcude all cure-songs in albums, all rare or unreleashed tracks, or tracks on singles..
haha

perfect?
floating here like this with you
underneath the stars
alight for 13 billion years
the view is beautiful
and ours alone tonight
underneath the stars

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #18 on: May 03, 2007, 23:10:18 »
"PARIS"

SHORT AND SWEET

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #19 on: May 04, 2007, 02:04:56 »
Hmm....

Main Set:

01. A Forest (nice and long, lots of extra lyrics... yum....)
02. Kyoto Song
03. In Your House
04. At Night
05. All Cats Are Grey
06. The Funeral Party
07. Cold
08. Sinking
09. Jupiter Crash
10. Trust
11. The Hanging Garden
12. If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
13. The Kiss
14. Open
15. Watching Me Fall
16. Want
17. A Night Like This
18. Push
19. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
20. Cut
21. Fascination Street
22. Last Dance
23. Pictures of You
24. The Same Deep Water As You
25. Prayers for Rain
26. Disintegration

Encore 1:

27. Just Like Heaven
28. In Between Days
29. Close To Me
30. Lullaby
31. Why Can't I Be You? (+ Lovecats, Let's Go To Bed, The Walk, Sinatra medley)

Encore 2:

32. One Hundred Years
33. A Short Term Effect
34. Siamese Twins
35. The Figurehead
36. A Strange Day
37. The Holy Hour
38. Primary
39. Other Voices
40. End






































You thought that was the end? It's my perfect Cure show, dammit, and it's going to go on until the band can't stand any longer!

Encore 3:

41. Seventeen Seconds
42. Lament
43. Secrets
44. Bare

Encore 4:

45. Fire in Cairo
46. Three Imaginary Boys
47. Desperate Journalist
48. Boys Don't Cry
49. 10.15 Saturday Night
50. Killing an Arab

Encore 5:

51. Out of This World
52. The Last Day of Summer
53. There is No If...
54. The Loudest Sound
55. Homesick
56. Untitled

Encore 6:

57. Shake Dog Shake
58. Give Me It
59. Shiver and Shake
60. The Top

Encore 7:

61. The Big Hand
62. This Twilight Garden
63. Scared As You
64. A Letter to Elise
65. A Chain of Flowers
66. Burn
67. It Used To Be Me
68. Adonais
69. More Than This

Encore 8:

70. Lost
71. Anniversary
72. Labyrinth
73. 39
74. Bloodflowers
75. Going Nowhere

Encore 9:

76. Jumping Someone Else's Train
77. Another Journey By Train
78. Play For Today
79. The Wailing Wall
80. The Blood
81. The Exploding Boy
82. One More Time
83. Like Cockatoos
84. Iciing Sugar
85. A Thousand Hours

Encore 10:

86. Plainsong
87. Closedown
88. Charlotte Sometimes
89. The Drowning Man
90. Faith (+ 2 Late, Fear of Ghosts, All I Have To Do Is Kill Her; lots of six-string solos and other extra lyrics)




And then, that's it. The entire band just falls to the ground dead. Probably, anyway.
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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #20 on: June 17, 2007, 14:01:35 »
Whole of Disintegration, Pornography, Boys don't cry, Bloodflowers...and I think that'd be it  :)

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #21 on: June 18, 2007, 10:09:17 »
To the Sky

if they played that at a show I went to I would be happy

and a nice 16-17 minute version of a forest like the Wish tour would be good.


Oh rjl - the Jumping someone elses train/A Forest medley has been done, check out early 80's setlists


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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #22 on: June 29, 2007, 03:58:53 »
1. One Hundred Years
2. A Forest (Extended Mix)
3. Charlotte Sometimes
4. Cold
5. Hanging Garden
6. The Figurehead
7. At Night
8. (If they have time, I'd love to hear them sing "See The Children" again)

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #23 on: June 29, 2007, 13:26:47 »
Hanging Garden is THE song...good choice there.

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #24 on: July 02, 2007, 09:59:07 »
I've already answered this, but I'm going to give it another go.

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Lineup:

Robert Smith   - Vox, Guitar, Six-String Bass, Keyboards
Simon Gallup   - Bass, Keyboards
Porl Thompson  - Guitar, Keyboards
Boris Williams - Drums

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Time: ~243 minutes
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01. A Reflection               - ~02:30; Improvised

Robert - Keyboards
Simon  - Keyboards
Porl   - Off-Stage
Boris  - Off-Stage

02. Play For Today             - ~03:30

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

03. Secrets                    - ~03:30

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

04. In Your House              - ~04:00

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

05. Forever                    - ~13:00

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

06. The Final Sound            - ~03:00; Improvised, medleys into A Forest

Robert - Keyboards
Simon  - Keyboards
Porl   - Off-Stage
Boris  - Off-Stage

07. A Forest                   - ~17:00; Improvised lyrics, solos, etc.

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

08. M                          - ~03:00

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

09. At Night                   - ~06:00

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

10. Seventeen Seconds          - ~05:30; Improvised verses

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Off-Stage
Porl   - Off-Stage
Boris  - Off-Stage

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SHORT BREAK
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11. The Holy Hour              - ~05:30; Improvised verse

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

12. Primary                    - ~04:00

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

13. Other Voices               - ~05:30; Improvised verse

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

14. All Cats Are Grey          - ~06:30; Improvised verse

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

15. The Funeral Party          - ~04:30

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

16. Doubt                      - ~03:00

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

17. The Drowning Man           - ~06:00; Improvised opening verse

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

18. Faith                      - ~15:00; Improvised verses, including lyrics from 2 Late, Fear Of Ghosts

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

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SHORT BREAK
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19. One Hundred Years          - ~07:00

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

20. A Short Term Effect        - ~04:30

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

21. The Hanging Garden         - ~05:30

Robert - Vox
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

22. Siamese Twins              - ~07:00; Improvised verses

Robert - Vox
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

23. The Figurehead             - ~07:30; Improvised verses; Prayer Tour-era keyboards

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

24. A Strange Day              - ~05:00; Non-tape intro

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

25. Cold                       - ~05:00; Bass-intro

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

26. Pornography                - ~07:30; Improvised verses, 4Play version

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

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ENCORE ONE
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27. Descent                    - ~04:00; Improvisation

Robert - Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

28. Charlotte Sometimes        - ~04:30

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

29. Splintered In Her Head     - ~05:30

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

30. Lament                     - ~04:00; Flexipop

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

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ENCORE TWO
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31. The Top                    - ~08:00; Improvised verse

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

32. Kyoto Song                 - ~04:30

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

33. A Thousand Hours           - ~03:30

Robert - Vox, Keyboards
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

34. The Same Deep Water As You - ~11:00; Improvised verse

Robert - Vox, Six-String Bass
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

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ENCORE THREE
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35. This Twilight Garden       - ~05:00

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

36. Burn                       - ~06:30

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

37. Bare                       - ~08:00; Improvised lyrics

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Guitar
Boris  - Drums

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ENCORE FOUR
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38. Bloodflowers               - ~13:00; Improvised lyrics

Robert - Vox, Guitar
Simon  - Bass
Porl   - Keyboards
Boris  - Drums

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« Last Edit: July 05, 2007, 02:42:33 by Bloodflower »
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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #25 on: July 02, 2007, 13:28:05 »
Bloodflower has too much spare time

should spend more time listening to the cure rather than fascinating over lineups.


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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #26 on: July 03, 2007, 00:33:10 »
Bloodflower has too much spare time

should spend more time listening to the cure rather than fascinating over lineups.

Bloodflower has very little time, actually; that thing was written in three sittings, between work and the like. This is how I chose to spend my little free time. Is that all right? I enjoyed doing it; fantasy too often outstrips reality. I do take a bit of objection to the notion that I should spend more time listening to The Cure. Have you any idea how often I listen to them or for how many hours per day? It's said reality destroys dreams, so enjoy them as fully as you are able before their destruction.

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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #27 on: July 04, 2007, 00:39:01 »
Wow there are some excellent choices on the above set lists! If ever I had the honour to interview the Band, I would ask how on earth they choose their set lists!! How can you pack so much product into a 3 hour gig??? 3 hours is 'never enough'... poor bastards standing up there for 3 hours! It's a long stint, thank goodness they're so excellent at their jobs and so willing to please the fans!!! What a Band! :rocker I have to mention that I would really love to hear 'exploding boy' and 'harold and joe' at the forth coming Melb. gig on the 12th August! I also note with joy that alot of people like 'icing sugar' too! In my memeory banks somewhere I have the knowlegde that the band may consider doing another DVD type gig and play Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me in it's entirety... oh my f****** god - could you believe that? How brilliant!!! I would also love to hear The Head On The Door in full!! (dribbles all over herself!)
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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #28 on: July 04, 2007, 04:17:41 »
Wow there are some excellent choices on the above set lists! If ever I had the honour to interview the Band, I would ask how on earth they choose their set lists!! How can you pack so much product into a 3 hour gig??? 3 hours is 'never enough'... poor bastards standing up there for 3 hours! It's a long stint, thank goodness they're so excellent at their jobs and so willing to please the fans!!! What a Band! :rocker I have to mention that I would really love to hear 'exploding boy' and 'harold and joe' at the forth coming Melb. gig on the 12th August! I also note with joy that alot of people like 'icing sugar' too! In my memeory banks somewhere I have the knowlegde that the band may consider doing another DVD type gig and play Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me in it's entirety... oh my f****** god - could you believe that? How brilliant!!! I would also love to hear The Head On The Door in full!! (dribbles all over herself!)

I've heard whispers of performing an album in-full, but nothing so specific as Kiss Me. Just kind of general rumblings, mostly things of little repute. I hope they do.

And I hope they decide to play another Trilogy set of concerts, but with different albums. The Head on the Door / Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me / Wish would be fantastic, but this bit is just wishful thinking.... Though, to be truthful, I'd rather see them play Seventeen Seconds / Faith / Pornography.....
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Re: your perfect setlist
« Reply #29 on: July 04, 2007, 08:20:58 »
Looking at some of these setlists, it's nice to imagine that some of these would be real.

But hey, what about this?  Here's a nightmare setlist.

In Between Days
Just Like Heaven
The Walk
Let's Go To Bed
The End Of The World
alt.end
From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea

Encore:

Why Can't I Be You?
Boys Don't Cry


Pretty cool, huh? :oops:

Not that I really dislike any of these songs, but I'm sure some of you will see my point...


 

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