Hammersmith Apollo (2012.10.02)

LOCATION

TOUR NAME

  • Roses Tour 2012 – Europe

SETLIST

Intro tape
1. Conduct
2. Linger
3. You And Me
4. Ordinary Day
5. Tomorrow
6. Just My Imagination
7. Dreaming My Dreams
8. Still Can’t…
9. Losing My Mind
10. When You’re Gone
11. I Can’t Be With You
12. Interlude (Shattered instrumental)
13. Waltzing Back
14. Fire & Soul
15. Free To Decide
16. Schizophrenic Playboys
17. Ridiculous Thoughts
18. Salvation
19. Zombie
………………………………..
20. No Need To Argue
21. The Journey
22. Dreams
Outro tape

DURATION

  • +/- 90 minutes

ATTENDANCE / CAPACITY

  • 5,000 / 5,000
  • Sold out

PHOTOS

  • Venue

 

  • Preshow

  

  • Show

      

  • Ticket

  • Advert / Flyer

 

  • Guitar Pick

OTHER ACTS

  • Mick Flannery

AUDIO/VIDEO RECORDINGS

REVIEWS

NOTES

  • First show of the “Roses Tour 2012” in Europe.
  • This concert was rescheduled from June 18th.
  • The whole first leg of the European tour was cancelled for a reason The Cranberries wanted to keep private.
  • In between the first two songs, Dolores apologized for this gigs’ postponement and explained she was not feeling well at the time mostly because of the recent death of her father.
  • As often when a new tour begins, Dolores showed up with a brand new hairstyle (blond bobbed hairstyle) which she never had before.
  • The “Interlude” turned out to be an instrumental version of “Shattered” similar to that played on the “Reunion Tour”.
  • First time ever “Fire & Soul” was played live.
  • Dolores didn’t play the guitar on “Free To Decide” because of a technical problem, she used the occasion to sign the “To The Faithful Departed” vinyl of a fan.
  • First time “No Need To Argue” (title track) was played for years.
  • The Cranberries chose to play “The Journey” and not “Show Me”See setlist photo.
  • One of the very rare performances that doesn’t include “Animal Instinct” nor “Ode To My Family”.
  • The concert was recorded by Concert Live. The limited recording was available for sale to the public right after the end of the gig for £20. It was also available for a limited period on their website at the same price.
  • Over the last decades the Hammersmith Apollo was renamed a lot of times: Hammersmith Odeon, Labatt’s Apollo, Carling Apollo Hammersmith and lately HMV Hammersmith Apollo. The day of that show, the venue recently reverted back its name to the 1932 original name: Hammersmith Apollo.

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