5 May 1991|
Metropol, Berlin, Germany
Interesting DrugBerlin was the most enthusiastic crowd of the past few European dates. Once again Morrissey said very little. He apologized for this before the second encore, adding that he appreciated very much the welcome.
Morrissey wasn't yet on stage that the crowd already broke out into a chant of his name during the Klaus Nomi intro. This went on until he entered stage and went into the first song, "Interesting Drug". In "November Spawned A Monster", he made a few new changes by singing "a symbol of where of all mad lovers must always draw the line" and "in the clothes that she went out and stole for herself". After that song he sarcastically made fun of his lack of airplay by saying "I know you're really tired of hearing all these songs on MTV and VH1... but there's nothing I can do about that, we'll just have to wait..."
After "Pregnant For The Last Time" the crowd broke into a "Morrissey! Morrissey!" chant again. The man then introduced "That's Entertainment" as being "...written by somebody else". In "Our Frank", one line was changed to "the world may be ending but look I'm still a human". After the performance of his very first single, "Suedehead", Morrissey left the stage followed by his band. They were all cheered back to perform two encores, a cover of T-Rex's "Cosmic Dancer" and Morrissey's own "Disappointed".
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