David Bowie 2004-02-26 Melbourne ,Rod Laver Arena - A Vicious Birthday - SQ -9

David Bowie 2004-02-26 Melbourne ,Rod Laver Arena – A Vicious Birthday – SQ -9

101 Intro.flac
102 Rebel Rebel .flac
103 New Killer Star.flac
104 Fame.flac
105 Cactus.flac
106 Reality.flac
107 All The Young Dudes.flac
108 China Girl.flac
109 Hang On To Yourself.flac
110 The Loneliest Guy.flac
111 The Man Who Sold The World.flac
112 Pablo Picaso.flac
113 Hallo Space Boy.flac
114 Sunday.flac
115 Heathen (The Rays).flac
116 Band Introduction.flac
117 Under Pressure.flac
118 Life On Mars.flac
201 Slip Away.flac
202 Looking For Water.flac
203 Starman.flac
204 Quicksand.flac
205 Days.flac
206 White Light White Heat.flac
207 Ashes To Ashes.flac
208 Panic In Detroit.flac
209 I’m Afraid Of Americans.flac
210 “Heroes”.flac
211 Try Some Buy Some.flac
212 Five Years.flac
213 Suffragette City.flac
214 Ziggy Stardust.flac


info Bowie DownUnder
The 14,820 capacity Rod Laver Arena had the honour of staging two back-to-back Reality concerts.

Built in 1988, the venue is well acquainted with international rock acts but most notably it is the home of The Australian Open tennis championship. The night of February 26, however, marked the first occasion that David Bowie would play a concert at the arena.

On the first night, Bowie’s bassist – Gail Ann Dorsey (a huge tennis fan) – made note of the venue they were playing in by appearing on stage with a giant sized tennis ball.

Early in the concert, Bowie noticed a girl wearing a tiara in the front rows and later on, he addressed more people for their ‘very cool outfits’. Bowie proceeded to play a solid show even if there were no new songs added from the previous downunder concerts.

Finally, Bowie closed the first night with a triple-header from Ziggy. Having already played Hang On To Yourself and Starman earlier in the set, Bowie approached the mic to sing Five Years, Suffragette City and Ziggy Stardust.

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