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Prince Plays Completely Different Second Sydney Show

by Paul Cashmere on May 13, 2012

in Live,News

Prince really shook the setlist around for the second night of his Australian tour with a completely different setlist from the night before.

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Show 2 in Sydney went a lot deeper into the Prince catalogue than the hit laced first night.

‘How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore’, the b-side of the 1984 single ‘1999’ made the show as did ‘Days of Wild’ from the rare Crystal Ball album.

Prince once again played homage to Michael Jackson with his cover of ‘Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough’.

A lot of the hits returned from the night before including ‘Cream’, ‘Raspberry Beret’, ‘Purple Rain’, ‘Kiss’, ‘Controversy’, ‘When Doves Cry’ and ‘Sign O The Times’.

After the show Prince went to the Ivy nightclub for his aftershow show with around 400 punters.

The setlist for the second Prince show was:

D.M.S.R. (from 1999, 1982)
Pop Life (from Around The World In A Day, 1985)
Musicology (from Musicology, 2004)
Shhh (from The Gold Experience, 1995)
Take Me With U (from Purple Rain, 1984)
Raspberry Beret (from Around The World In A Day, 1985)
Cream (from Diamonds and Pearls, 1991)
Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough (Michael Jackson cover)
Cool (Prince song for The Time)
Let’s Work (from Controversy, 1981)
U Got The Look (from Sign O The Times, 1987)
The Question Of U (from Graffiti Bridge, 1990)
I’m The One
Day’s Of Wild (from Crystal Ball, 1998)
Adore (from Sign O The Times, 1987)
Diamonds and Pearls (from Diamonds and Pearls, 1991)
The Beautiful Ones (from Purple Rain, 1984)
How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore (b-side of 1999 single, 1984)
Nothing Compares 2U (Prince song for Sinead O’Connor)

Controversy (from Controversy, 1981)
Purple Rain (from Purple Rain, 1984)
Kiss (from Parade, 1986)

When Doves Cry (from Purple Rain, 1984)
Nasty Girl (Vanity 6 song)
Sign O The Times (from Sign O The Times, 1987)
Alphabet Street (from LoveSexy, 1988)
Darling Nikki (from Purple Rain, 1984)
Hot Thing (from Sign O The Times, 1987)
Forever In My Life (from Sign O The Times, 1987)
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (from The Gold Experience, 1995)
I Would Die 4 U (from Purple Rain, 1984)
Let’s Go Crazy (from Purple Rain, 1984)
Delirious (from 1999, 1982)

To see the setlist for the first show click here.

Prince’s next show is tomorrow (Monday May 14) at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne.

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