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Ross Wilson Mondo Rock, photo by Ros O'Gorman

Ross Wilson and Mondo Rock photo by Ros O'Gorman

Mondo Rock Dig Deep for 2019 Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on August 5, 2019

in News

Mondo Rock have delivered a setlist for the fans with a rare b-side and an early album track opening and closing the first show.

The Mondo Rock 2019 dates kicked off in Wollongong at Anitas at Thirroul last Friday night. The 1984 b-side ‘Dark Secrets’ opened the show while the rare ‘Searching for my Baby’ from the first album ‘Primal Park’ closed the show. Along the way it was all hit with a pair of Ross Wilson or Eric McCusker songs better known for Farnham than Mondo Rock planted midstream.

One of the songs ‘Living In The Land of Oz’, originally released as a solo song for Ross Wilson, pre-dated even Mondo Rock but later became a staple of the setlist.

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Mondo Rock setlist, Wollongong, 2 August 2019

Dark Secrets (b-side of Good Advice, 1984)
Cool World (from Chemistry, 1981)
Chemistry (from Chemistry, 1981)
Living In The Land of Oz (from Living In The Land of Oz soundtrack, 1976)
The Fugitive Kind (single, 1978)
The Queen & Me (from Nuovo Mondo, 1981)
Boom Baby Boom (from Boom Baby Boom, 1986)
Trash/Mondo Sexo/Primitive Love Rites (from Chemistry, 1981)
No One Comes Close (written by Eric McCusker, recorded by John Farnham)
A Touch of Paradise (from Nuovo Mondo, 1981)
Modern Bop (from The Modern Bop, 1984)
State of the Heart (from Chemistry, 1981)
Baby Wants To Rock (from The Modern Bop, 1984)
Summer of 81 (from Chemistry, 1981)
Come Said The Boy (from The Modern Bop, 1984)

No Time (from Nuovo Mondo, 1981)
Searching For My Baby (from Primal Park, 1979)

Mondo Rock remaining dates

August 9 and 10, Melbourne, The Palms
August 16 and 15, Adelaide, The Gov
August 23, Brisbane, The Tivoli
August 24, Gold Coast, The Star

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