Sisters of Mercy - Live Reviews
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Newest Review: ... is not even every show of the tour. The show is far too short and if it weren't for the disgusting shirts that ... more
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by - written on 27/12/00, updated on 27/12/00
Over the years, we've had some good material from The Sisters Of Mercy, the "live" experience is missing something. It is missing the live performance. whilst they always had a drum machine, it is normal for bands that have bass-lines have them performed live. Only once do the audience get to see a bass guitar actually played ("Romeo Down") - and that is not even every show of the tour. The show is far too short and if it weren't for the disgusting shirts that "singer" Eldritch wears, it could be anyone on the stage - as is normal for the Sisters, the whole show is filled with the effects of the two smoke machines - the fog ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/00, updated on 31/10/00 (Very useful, 93 readings)
The Sisters of Mercy played Glasgow Barrowlands on the 2nd of September 2000. I had waited 15 years for the Sisters to come to Scotland and I was determined to make the most of this concert! The Barrowlands is an infamous concert venue and I have seen my fair share of bands there including Carter USM and Faith No More. It has a capacity of close on 2000 and reminds me of a large aircraft hangar with painted stars on the ceiling. It used to have its own weather system inside, with cloud formation at ceiling level a normal occurrence. Thankfully the ventilation system has been improved! The first hurdle was the presence of metal detectors as soon as we entered ... Read the complete review