- Hammersmith Apollo, London, England
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- Roses Tour 2012 – Europe
03. You And Me
04. Ordinary Day
06. Just My Imagination
07. Dreaming My Dreams
08. Still Can’t…
09. 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
20. No Need To Argue
21. The Journey
- +/- 90 minutes
ATTENDANCE / CAPACITY
- 5,000 / 5,000
- Sold out
- Guitar Pick
- Mick Flannery
- 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 which she never had before (blond bobbed hairstyle).
- 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” (the song) 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 on sale to the audience right after the end of the gig for £20. It is 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.