The setlist was the same it's been on the other stops of the tour, pulling almost entirely from the albums he made with Bowie in 1977, The Idiot and Lust for Life, and his brand new Post Pop Depression, which he made with three members of his current touring band and which sounds inspired by those Bowie collaborations...
No question the true highlights were times like when Iggy and this ace band took "Nightclubbing" into "The Passenger" into "China Girl" to end the pre-encore set, but then when they came back out to "Break Into Your Heart," it was just about as satisfying. As anyone who's seen Iggy recently knows, he is still unstoppable live in ways that almost seem physically impossible.
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