Apologies for the late post but I very much enjoyed the hospitality at the Fulham v Shakhtar UEFA Europa League match in London last night and the hospitality after that and again after that. Anyway, here’s the update on last night’s gig in Auckland, where Faith No More performed Don’t Dream it’s Over twice. I do like Crowded House so it was a delight to see these.
The New Zealand Herald review takes issue with the short set. Sample quote: “And there were a clutch of songs mid way through that are testament to Faith No More’s longevity and standing. It’s hard to top the mangled metal serenade of Ashes to Ashes and the lovely Midlife Crisis; then there’s maniacal late 80s track Surprise! You’re Dead!; and, from the same period, rap’n’roll classic Epic.”
The Stuff.no.nz review isn’t loading for me at the minute but here’s the link.
From Out of Nowhere
Land of Sunshine
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Chinese Arithmetic/Poker Face
Last Cup of Sorrow
Cuckoo for Caca
Ashes to Ashes
Surprise! You’re Dead!
King for a Day
Just a Man
Don’t Dream It’s Over [With “Malpractice” snippet for intro]
Digging the Grave