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My perfect greatest hits tour setlist
  1. The Pop Kids
  2. Suburbia
  3. Im With Stupid
  4. Heart
  5. Liberation
  6. It's A Sin
  7. Leaving
  8. Where The Streets Have No Name
  9. What Have I Done To Deserve This?
  10. Flamboyant
  11. Vocal
  12. Minimal
  13. Invisible
  14. Before
  15. So Hard
  16. Domino Dancing
  17. Can You Forgive Her?
  18. Miracles
  19. Love Comes Quickly
  20. Being Boring
  21. Domino Dancing
  22. Always On My Mind
  23. West End Girls
  24. Go West (I loathe it but lets be realistic)
 
My perfect greatest hits tour setlist
  1. The Pop Kids
  2. Suburbia
  3. Im With Stupid
  4. Heart
  5. Liberation
  6. It's A Sin
  7. Leaving
  8. Where The Streets Have No Name
  9. What Have I Done To Deserve This?
  10. Flamboyant
  11. Vocal
  12. Minimal
  13. Invisible
  14. Before
  15. So Hard
  16. Domino Dancing
  17. Can You Forgive Her?
  18. Miracles
  19. Love Comes Quickly
  20. Being Boring
  21. Domino Dancing
  22. Always On My Mind
  23. West End Girls
  24. Go West (I loathe it but lets be realistic)
Liberation and Leaving...Swoon.
 
Ya know what would be the perfect Greatest Hits setlist?

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You only tell me you love me when you're drunk
Love Etc
Go West
New York City Boy
Before
Pop Kids
 
Eaux. I know we all agree about Discography being one of the best compilations of all time, but it's kind of sad reducing them to it since they had ten more albums and almost thirty years of a career after that. And probably the same amount of top 20 hits, but I'm too lazy to check. I mean, it's like reducing Madonna to The Immaculate Collection, when we know that her most adventurous decade was ahead of her.

But hey, it's for the gee-pee!
 
Eaux. I know we all agree about Discography being one of the best compilations of all time, but it's kind of sad reducing them to it since they had ten more albums and almost thirty years of a career after that. And probably the same amount of top 20 hits, but I'm too lazy to check. I mean, it's like reducing Madonna to The Immaculate Collection, when we know that her most adventurous decade was ahead of her.

But hey, it's for the gee-pee!

Exactly.

It's not that their later albums aren't good, just that Please, Actually and Behaviour are the greatest male electronic pop albums of the 80s, soooooo.
 
The Immaculate Collection is properly amazing though. Let's not!
I didn't slander TIC in any way! too bad it had dem remixes though ddddddd
I mean, they already use Discography as the core of many shows, but if they're doing a single-centric show, an outing of "Drunk" or "Minimal" or "Miracles" (again!) would be more than welcome. Or a rotating setlist! Ugh, so many great possibilites. DVD with a CD of tour mixes instead of a boring live album? A 4CD complete singles box? Gimme!
 
Having a greatest hits tour/campaign a couple of weeks before Glastonbury kicks off seems too perfect to be a coincidence. I'm convinced they've already locked in the legends slot.
 
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