14 May 1991
Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen, Scotland

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
That's Entertainment
Everyday Is Like Sunday
Our Frank
Piccadilly Palare
Suedehead /Cosmic Dancer
Morrissey wasn't very talkative even though he was back in England. He seemed to be out of it at times. The concert still turned out to be quite good. Many people brought flowers and the stage was littered with them. The audience was unbelivebly riotous. Despite being ordered against it, they rushed to the stage as soon as the show began. Security was tight, so very few fans made it on stage. Still, after the concert, the first three or four rows were completely gone.

Besides the usual changes in "Sing Your Life", Morrissey reversed the two parts of one of its line, singing "All the things you loathe, all the things you love." The yet to be released "Pregnant For The Last Time" was introduced by Morrissey as "...our new song". Before "Suedehead", to a fan shouting something he couldn't understand, Morrissey enquired "Sorry, what was that?" For some unknown reason, Morrissey said "I seem to have lost something today" before going into first encore "Cosmic Dancer".


A poor audience recording of the whole concert is available on fanmade tapes as well as digital files on file sharing networks.


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