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    Quote Originally Posted by waitressboy View Post
    the one she made with Michael Jackson and Natalie Imbruglia. I have absolutely no clue what was the reason to make a mashup of those two songs.
    I read your comment a couple of days ago, but it just occurred to me that I was at the show you mentioned! Portland. Good example of the WTF nature of the mashups, although it must be said the show in total was absolutely stellar.

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    I don't think she did that particular mashup in Portland. It was the Aerosmith/Dr. Dre (lol) one
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowgayngel View Post
    I don't think she did that particular mashup in Portland. It was the Aerosmith/Dr. Dre (lol) one
    You're totally right. Not Portland - the Jacksonville, Oregon show. I attended both. The Jacksonville show was great too, the set list was unreal, but Portland was really special to me. It had the most amazing energy.

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    Here's mine — it's a combination of songs I've never heard, perennial favourites and songs whose personal meaning has changed dramatically since the last tour:


    01 Apollo's Frock * (with full piano intro)
    02 Juárez *
    03 Space Dog *
    04 Strange
    05 Jamaica Inn *
    06 Oysters
    07 Ophelia
    08 Peeping Tommi

    09 Bachelorette
    10 Mountain
    11 Here. in my head *
    12 Not The Red Baron *
    13 Taxi Ride *
    14 Horses *
    15 Fire On The Side
    16 Hotel
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    17 The Wrong Band
    18 Roosterspur Bridge *
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    19 To The Fair Motormaids of Japan
    20 Alamo

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    It looks strange to see Motormaids on a setlist. But it's very likely now!

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    I wonder if she'll keep on playing two covers in the middle of the setlist every night.
    I like that, specially when she sings something unexpected and not a mash-up.
    Her covers of Moby and Conchita Wurst were AWESOME.

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    I just hope she doesnt use any backing tracks

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitressboy View Post
    Her covers of Moby and Conchita Wurst were AWESOME.
    Extreme Ways was amazing - she needs to use her lower register more! She can really belt it out when she wants to, but insists on singing higher and struggles.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yessica View Post
    I just hope she doesnt use any backing tracks
    Agreed! Thankfully, I only caught 3 UK shows on the UG tour and it was before most of the backing tracks and casio loops started. Only "Cornflake Girl" and "16 Shaded of Blue" had backing tracks, no loops were used on those early shows - even "Raspberry Swirl" was solo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by waitressboy View Post
    I wonder if she'll keep on playing two covers in the middle of the setlist every night.
    I like that, specially when she sings something unexpected and not a mash-up.
    Her covers of Moby and Conchita Wurst were AWESOME.
    Conchita Wurst and Hyperballad are the only covers I'm interested in hearing. I have a shocking track record of getting songs I either don't know or can't stand and I just sit there grumpily screaming YOU COULD BE PLAYING [INSERT RARE TRACK OF CHOICE] INSTEAD in my head for 5 mins

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    I will bet you guys a million quid she will play "River" in Manchester...

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    I really like the idea of opening her sets with full apollo's frock. I'd also like pancake and tombigbee. I really hope there are no backing tracks nor covers. It's ok to throw a cover here and there, if she's inspired to play one, but jukebox-tori just doesn't work for me. Last tour, things got quite ridiculous, with fans taking their bets to see how far they could convince her to go. At this rate, next time we'll see her sing Aqua's Barbie Girl. No no no.
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    I would love to see Pretty Good Year as an opener. I don't think she's ever done it, but it did open an album after all!
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    I bet America will be the opener this tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Alan View Post
    I would love to see Pretty Good Year as an opener. I don't think she's ever done it, but it did open an album after all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Alan View Post
    I would love to see Pretty Good Year as an opener. I don't think she's ever done it, but it did open an album after all!
    I was at the Roch Hills MI 2005 show where she did it right after Original Sinsuality. It was amazing. That's close enough that I'll count it!
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