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A bit interesting. I can't say they plaiyng a lot from their 86-06-catalogue but the absence from 1st singles is pretty interesting.
Dirty Work-Harlem Shuffle (only in 89/90)
Steel Wheels-Mixed Emotions (only in 89/90)
Voodoo Lounge-Love Is Strong (only in 94/95 and they actually stopped playing it during the euroleg in 95)
Bridges To Babylon-Anybody Seen My Baby (only in 97/98. They didnt even played it on the NO Security-leg of the tour in 99)
A Bigger Bang-Rough Justice/Streets Of Love (RJ was gone by 06 and none of the songs made it to the Beacon Theatre movie)
Why? Maybe they (Mick) were a bit dissapointed by their chartpositions. Thinking of the singles as failures and dissapointments. Misjudgements...
Or did they simply not work onstage?
Personally I thought Mixed Emotions worked pretty Well live (and I'm not even a big fan of the song or that tour)
While Love Is Strong and Anybody Seen My Baby didnt really worked onstage IMO. (But I actually really like the studioversion of ASM
I think 'Rough Justice' would have worked well as a second or third number on the Zip Code Tour.