2003/04/12, Messe Congresscentrum B, Stuttgart, Germany

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  • Temple of Love
  • Crash and Burn
  • Ribbons
  • When You Don't See Me
  • We are the Same, Susanne
  • Alice
  • War on Drugs
  • Flood I
  • Will I Dream?
  • Dominion/Mother Russia
  • Summer
  • Anaconda
  • Slept
  • Giving Ground
  • First and Last and Always
  • Romeo Down
  • Flood II
  • I Was Wrong
  • Never Land
  • Lucretia, My Reflection
  • Top Nite Out
  • Vision Thing
  • Thanks to Alexandre Barette.

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    Written by Alexandre Barette (lexi@thesistersofmercy.de) for The Sisters of Mercy Tours webzine

    Unfortunately, no continuing setlist surprises as in Fürth the night before, but a very nice show after all, very enthusiastic crowd atmosphere but sucking security.

    Good versions of Alice, Lucretia and Vision "this war is wrong" Thing.

    Andrew saying "I love you" to the crowd with his lips, but without the mic.

    All in all, more than standard, but not exceptional.

    Cheers to the very nice girl beside me (you know who you are / see you in the future?), everyone I've met and special thanks to Frank for lifting my 68 kg onto his shoulders during Giving Ground. ;)

    Written by Paul van Leipzig (amphetamine72@hotmail.com) for Dominion mailing list

    Stuttgart was yer average Sisters gig. Nice version of Giving Ground. Plus the usual. Not as good as the night before.

    Written by M. Andreas Cavaliere (Cavaliere@web.de) for Dominion mailing list

    Where have you all been after the Stuttgart show?

    I was at the "Roehre", where the Sulpher-Boys and Mr. Starling himself popped up.

    Very nice evening where the DJ spinned Sisters-Songs the whole night only interrupted by Ramones, Siouxsie, The Cult, Joy Division, Bauhaus etc. after every 2 or 3 Sisters tracks. First time I heard "You Could be the One" in a club.

    I was too shy to talk to the Star(ling) but I think he wasn't too keen on hearing Sisters-Stuff over and over. What does it feel like being in a club where you have listen to your 'own' stuff the whole night? And he didn't seem amused, when the DJ played Summer and Suzanne. ;)

    Anyway, I snapped up some rumours about future releases. A bad one and a good one. First it seems better NOT to expect a new album or even a single in the near future. But there seems to be a real possibility the DVD-dream could come true!

    Knew you'd be pleased.

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