Aratta, Moers, West Germany
There's not much known about this final show of The Sisters of Mercy's first tour to
the European mainland. We have, however, the announcement here on the right side.
In addition, it is clear that this concert did take place, as an interviewer of the
German music mag SPEX attended the gig and spoke with Andrew Eldritch.
The text of this feature in SPEX can be found (in German language) at the
the entry Plus-Minus-Null. This was also the title of the article in SPEX
referring to Eldritch's resumee about The Sisters of Mercy's Trans-Europe Excess Tour
in the interview, which was: pretty much even.
Eldritch also talked about plans for an album release for the coming year, if that
should be practicable, and mentioned productions fees of 40,000 £ as a 24-track
recording were imperative for an undertaking as such, and that the band were
far from being able to live on their music.
The concert was not recorded. The photo on the left side was also taken from
the article entry @Ultimatesistersguide.
Any further information should be very welcome.
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