Saturday, 13 July 2002

The Cure - Zillo Festival - July 13th 2002














Band : The Cure
Venue : Zillo Festival
Town (country) : Hahn (Germany)
Date : July 13th 2002
Grade : 3/5

Setlist :
Plainsong
The Figurehead
From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
The Drowning Man
Torture
Push
The Kiss
If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
Pictures Of You
Shake Dog Shake
Siamese Twins
One Hundred Years
Bloodflowers
Pornography
Disintegration
Three Imaginary Boys
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Play For Today
A Forest
Charlotte Sometimes
Faith

Comments : Undoubtedly the best Cure setlist I have ever seen, although maybe a bit too long. I am sorry to admit, but even with a great setlist like that, I no longer enjoy their music. I saw them again a few weeks later at the Paleo festival in Switzerland and had the flipside of The Cure with a poppy concert. It was maybe less static but way worse. Well, I guess tastes change.

The Mission - Zillo Festival - July 13th 2002














Band : The Mission
Venue : Zillo Festival
Town (country) : Hahn (Gremany)
Date : July 13th 2002
Grade : 3/5

Setlist :
Beyond The Pale
Hands Across The Ocean
Like A Child Again
(Slave To) Lust
Severina
Butterfly On A Wheel
Trophy / It Never Rains
Garden Of Delight
Swoon
Evangeline
Wasteland
Tower Of Strength
Deliverance
Never Let Me Down

Comments : I had low expectations based on recent album releases, but I really enjoyed the setlist. A nice concert in the daylight or should I say sunlight.

Wednesday, 10 July 2002

Justin Sullivan & Friends - Zillo Festival - July 13th 2002














Band : Justin Sullivan & Friends
Venue : Zillo Festival
Town (country) : Hahn (Gremany)
Date : July 13th 2002
Grade : 4/5

Setlist :
Stoned, Fired And Full Of Grace
The Attack
Tales Of The Road
Ballad Of Bodmin Pill
Drummy B
Snelsmore Wood
You Weren't There
Green And Grey
Turn Away
All Of This
If You Can't Save Me
Lovesongs
Deadeye
R&R
Gimme Shelter
Inheritance
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Comments : This is one of the shows I really wanted to see at the Zillo Festival. It seemed lots of other people had the same idea, (most probably because of the rain and the fact it was on the tent stage). Accompanied by Dean White & Michael Dean, Justin Sullivan's concert sounded like an acoustic version of New Model Army. An energetic show featuring a nice setlist, with a good selection of NMA classics. Too bad the venue was overcrowded with people more intrested in shelter than the actual concert.