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IQ 
Marquee 31-12-1984
The Legendary New Years Eve Party
FULL SHOW (with Cuts)

Set 1
Intro (Bing Crosby)
Widows Peak
Magic Roundbout
Through The Corridors
Hollow Afternoon
The Last Human Gateway (Cut due to tape flip)
The last Human Gateway (Ending)
The Thousand Days
It All Stops Here
Wiggle
Awake and Nervous
The Enemy Smacks

Set 2

Intro
Relax
Suffragette City
Hey Hey My My
Open Your Heart
Schools Out
For Christs Sake
The Cinema Show
Robbery Assault and Battery
The Musical Box
Cookability
God Save The Queen
Glen Miller Medley
Sweet Transvestite
Ace of Spades
Barbell Is In
White Punks On Dope
Stomach of Animal
Auld Land Syne
New Years Day

Record Collector article: "The end of the year (84) was celebrated when IQ
fanatics were treated to the bands New Years Eve party at the Marquee.
Aside from three hours of music spread across two sets (the second was played
in fancy dress and included covers ranging from a Genesis medley to Frankie
Goes To Hollywood's 'Relax' and Motorhead's 'Ace of Spades'), ticket holders
were also given a free one-sided single containing the Holmes/Nicholls
composition 'Hollow Afternoon'. It appears that this was written with this
one event in mind (it was played in the first set), as it has never been
re-recorded or even performed live ever since. As the band later refused to
part with spare copies, this 7" has become the rarest IQ recording to track
down, and is worth 40 pounds."

At this gig Peter disappeared off stage whilst the band played the Glenn
Miller Medley. He reappeared in some form of cap which he flung off at the
start of Sweet Transvestite to reveal the full works, stockings (black),
suspenders, basque and knickers (all red!). After the gig he confessed
that the moment he threw the cape off he had a panic attack that he had
forgotten to put the knickers on! After the song he changed back into regular
wear whilst Martin sang 'Ace of Spades'. Mike also wore a nuns habit for part
of the covers set.

Very appropriately, the commemorative T-shirt of this gig had the following
slogan: "I was a Nun in search of Fun"

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