For once Morrissey is not playing on the same day as the Babyshambles. Good Point.
It's a very small Zénith tonight ( 2500 capacity ) and it's far from being full up , the pit is probably one of the the smallest I have ever seen @ Zénith.
Last time I was here it was full of very sexy teenage girls ( for the Artic Monkeys) tonight it's full of gays in their 30's.
The New York Dolls and a very funny Lou Reed interview ( circa 74 ? ).
English support band Doll & The Kicks did a nice job even if they sounded a bit too much like No Doubt.
Morrissey to take the stage, remember what happened a few days ago in Liverpool ? where he stopped the show after only two songs because he received a plastic bottle on his head. Two minders are watching over him as soon as he gets near the audience.
Matt Walker ( ex- Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage ) still on drums.
The audience is dead down the front , really strange atmosphere.
Morrissey can't stop playing with the wire of his mike, it's annoying in the end.
Songs are played one after another and even though he communicates with the audience there's something missing, there's no passion.
" Irish blood English heart" woke everybody up. It was time
He threw his last shirt for the evening ( a purple one , after the black & the blue ) into the audience , it almost landed on my head , the girl next to me gave me a piece of it( smelling perfume ).
Merchandising with special Eiffel Tower Paris' T-shirt
Pass , Setlist & Piece of his shirt