So how do your figures prove the Phil Collins claim?
Is that a joke? How many times do I have to go over this?
David Bowie is performing hits again. Hits he hasn't played in a long time, mostly since his commercial peak 15-20 years ago. Hs newer albums don't sell shit anymore. He hasn't had a gold studio album in the US since 1987! He hasn't had a multi-platinum album in the UK in ten years, etc. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that if he wasn't peforming the hits, he'd be performing to crickets, like he did in the majority of the 1990's. The numbers don't lie and they make this clear. The casual "Phil Collins" type fans make up the majority of the attendance for the A Reality tour for extremely obvious reasons. And if you can't see that, there's no way of showing you otherwise.
Have you been to a show on this tour?
Wtf? Of course I have. Isabelle "The Bunny" is my girlfriend. Ring any bells?
Have you seen the people that go to see him? How do you know what else they here besides Bowie? From the internet?
Wtf does that have to do with anything?
And when do you answer my question about the Greatest Hits on the Dublin show?
READ THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 11.
..and like BFP was saying, the Sound & Vision tour sets were shorter as opposed to this tour's. With your particular viewpiont, it's not a fair comparison. Apart from the obligatory new material he has to perform, take a look at the setlist after that and see for yourself how many hits per show there are...
...don't tell god your plans...
Edited by NoControl on 02/10/04 07:59 AM (server time).