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Live In Copenhagen 2003

Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark on 7 October 2003 1

 

   

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The original tray artwork listed Loving The Alien and Days without stating they were from the previous night.  The corrected artwork is shown.  However, both are available.

 

Track Listing

 

Disc 1 Disc 2
Intro 1 She'll Drive The Big Car 1

New Killer Star 1

Ashes To Ashes 1

Afraid 1

Never Get Old 1
Fame 1 Pablo Picasso 1

Cactus 1

Fantastic Voyage 1

Battle For Britain (The Letter) 1

I'm Afraid Of Americans 1
Fall Dog Bombs The Moon 1 Rebel Rebel 1

Breaking Glass 1

"Heroes" 1

Reality 1

Heathen (The Rays) 1

Changes 1
The Man Who Sold The World 1

Encore:

Hallo Spaceboy 1

Slip Away 1

Under Pressure 1

Hang On To Yourself 1

Sunday 1

Let's Dance 1

Bring Me The Disco King 1

Ziggy Stardust 1
Loving The Alien 2
Days 2

 

Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark on 7 October 2003 1

Globe, Stockholm, Sweden on 8 October 2003 2

 

 

So that means that Afraid, Fall Dog Bombs The Moon, Reality, Changes, The Man Who Sold The World and She'll Drive The Big Car were dropped for tonight's show, while Loving The Alien and Days were new additions to this evening's set.

David made mention of Copenhagen resident Link Wray during tonight's show, whose Rumble is occasionally played by David and the band during rehearsals. He also mentioned what a big fan Pete Townshend is of the king of instrumental cool. In fact Pete has said of Link Wray: "He is the King; if it hadn't been for Rumble, I would have never picked up a guitar."

I did speak with David about Mr Wray yesterday and he explained that the man is having a tough time of things in Copenhagen... Perhaps his agent should have a listen to Killer In The Home by Adam and The Ants and see if he's owed any royalties!

A more light-hearted moment during tonight's show was during Rebel Rebel when David sang the immortal line: "You've got your mother in a whirl, she's not sure if you're a boy or a squirrel." Personally, I was pleased to learn this as it meant that I hadn't been hearing things during rehearsals in Brussels... well, you know how it is, some people hear what they want to hear.

 

               

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