Danceteria, New York, USA
Part of the US-leg of The Sisters of Mercy's Spring Tour in 1984.
There is nothing much known about this concert. It, indirectly, got a mention, though, in an interview with the band from July 1984 as it apparently was the first concert, where lots of smoke were used during a Sisters gig, which had quite an impressing and inspiring effect, especially on singer Andrew Eldritch:
INT: What's the presentation like live with the Sisters of Mercy when they're playing at the concert?
AE: We got into smoke recently. They gave us smoke last time we played in New York
and we really got off on it. So we use a lot of smoke these days.
And we had a lighting engineer on the last tour who really knew how to light the stage
with smoke and we had a great time wandering around in this fog. It was very effective,
it was very very stupid, and very silly, but at the same time it really affected you like
smoke is supposed to affect you in that sort of bozo gut-wrenching heavy metal way.
- this setlist is obviously incomplete -
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