30 April 1991
Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium

Interesting Drug
Mute Witness
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
November Spawned A Monster
Will Never Marry
Sing Your Life
Asian Rut
Pregnant For The Last Time
King Leer
Everyday Is Like Sunday
Our Frank
That's Entertainment
I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
Piccadilly Palare
//Cosmic Dancer
There was no change in the setlist.

Morrissey didn't speak much throughout this show, and he actually felt he had to apologise for it after "Will Never Marry": "You should know now that I cannot speak Belgian..." "Pregnant For The Last Time" was then unreleased, so it needed an introduction: "This song is called 'Pregnant For The Last Time'." "Our Frank" was delivered with surprising passion and intensity, especially towards the end of the song.

Morrissey was distracted in "That's Entertainment and sang the line "open the window and breathing petrol" twice. The reason might be the loss of his ring because after the song he asked "In the middle of the song... in the middle of the song... I had a little ring, and it flew off, and if you find it, it's not valuable, but it is to me". After "I've Changed My Plea To Guilty" he asked someone "What did you just say?"

This concert was recorded and the whole set minus "Cosmic Dancer" and "Disappointed" was broadcast by both Belgium's French speaking Radio 21 and Flemish speaking Studio Brussel. The song order was resequenced for the broadcast.


The radio broadcast mentioned above has found its way on bootleg cd-rs. There are different versions in circulation, some titled and some not, some complete and some not, but all in FM quality. The best titled bootleg is "A La Carte" which features the set as broadcast, so resequenced and lacking the second encore. The other titled bootleg for this date is "Reardon Street", which is a truncated version of "A La Carte". It features the first 13 songs from "A La Carte", minus "Asian Rut", in the same a messed order.

A different fanmade recording of the radio broadcast is also out there. It is more easily found than "A La Carte" at this point in time. There are also two different audience recordings of average quality, both featuring the complete set, including the second encore which is not included on any bootlegs produced from the radio broadcast.


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