Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Onetwo @ Leicester Cathedral - setlist & short review

a ravishing beautiful night with Onetwo
they took my heart away,

the theory of everything - part 1*
teutonic beginnings...

the theory of everything - part 2*
...of a gentle popsong
best of both Onetwo worlds!


a darker synthpop past love song


dr mabuse
no beginnings without endings
'sell him your soul'
with the vicar attending


kein anschluss*
in german, hauntingly desperately beautiful
-you know the feeling-
experimental and a bit of depeche there

element of truth

forever live and die

have a cigar*
[pink floyd cover]
a ztt kick in the eye + a tribute to syd + a dancefloor filler = an instant hit!
try to mix this with frankie's relax and dead or alive's you spin me round...
_scissor sisters eat your heart out_

breathtakingly beautiful song on love and pain and hate
and a bit of revenge
i cried through that one

up to you to review ;-)


cloud 9

snobbery and decay
those were the days - wow!

a classic say no more


paul: 'propaganda!'



a vision in the sky*
hopeful endings of a night which promises so much more

'we love you, claudia!'
'what's that?'

* new songs from the Instead album
to be released early 2007 after a single release!


Bridgford said...

"We love you Claudia!"

That was me, that was.

sendalittlesign said...

That was so brave,
and so true!
Thank you, enjoyed it very much!

Bridgford said...

Yes - I got rather overcome by the revelation of seeing such a fantastic gig with two performers who meant a great deal to me 20 years ago (gulp) and being so astonished that they were still around and making such fantastic music together.

I was the chap with the maroon rugby shirt on, were you sat immediately on the aisle, or two seats in? That couple left before the second encore, so I guess not.

sendalittlesign said...

We were seated directly at the aisle, and would never leave before an encore, d'oh!

Rosen Association said...

If they left before 2a vision in the sky" (which I thought was stunning and loved it) - they really missed out!

... at this rate everyone will know everyone else at the next gig. :)