World Tour 2012: Gdansk/Sopot Audio Bootleg

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So far we have got several audio bootlegs from this year’s leg of the mighty Roxette tour – including Adelaide, Melbourne, Singapore, Buenos Aires, Birmingham, Dublin and San Francisco. But with this new release it’s a little bit different thing. First of all – for the first time you get one concert recorded by three people from three different perspectives (sitting, in the crowd and outside of it). We weren’t able to pick up the one that represents the finest quality so we have decided to go out with all three recordings done by Slawek (known from his great work for Gessle Over Poland and Warsaw 2011 DVDs), Damian (who is passionate with recording various gigs on video) and Nikodem. Blanka is once again behind the cover and booklet for this release. Secondly – our audio bootlegs are always previews of video releases that will surely pop up somewhere in the next year. Thirdly – as we earn nothing, we share it for free.

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World Tour 2012: Gdansk/Sopot, Poland – July 24 #124

Comment from Per Gessle:

Thank you Gdansk for a swell evening! Superb crowd + great band = so many beautiful moments. Always feel very welcome in Poland! Thanx again. See you all next time!!!!
Rox Jet home now!!!!

Setlist

01. Dressed For Success
02. Sleeping In My Car
03. The Big L.
04. Spending My Time
05. Stars
06. She’s Got Nothing On (But The Radio)
07. Perfect Day
08. Things Will Never Be The Same
09. It Must Have Been Love
10. Opportunity Nox
11. 7Twenty7
12. Fading Like a Flower
13. Crash Boom Bang
14. How Do You Do!
15. Dangerous
Band presentation
16. Joyride (introduced with “Wlazl kotek na plotek”)

17. Listen To Your Heart
18. The Look
19. Church Of Your Heart

Articles and photos

Dziennik Baltycki (gallery)
Maciej Soroczynski’s review and gallery
Marie Fredriksson at the Walesa International Airport in Gdansk
LiveShot.com.pl (gallery)
Kemper.flog.pl (gallery)
Ergo Arena (gallery)
Muzyka.WP.pl (gallery)
Muzyka.INTERIA.pl (gallery)
RMF FM’s review