15 September 1992
Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada

You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
Glamorous Glue
Girl Least Likely To
November Spawned A Monster
Certain People I Know
Sister I'm A Poet
Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
My Insatiable One
We'll Let You Know
He Knows I'd Love To See Him
You're The One For Me, Fatty
Seasick, Yet Still Docked
Alsatian Cousin
We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
/Everyday Is Like Sunday
/The National Front Disco
This was yet again another wild gig. There were problems with a barrier collapsing and security being too aggressive. Many fans made it on stage, and they did very early in the show. During "Girl Least Likely To", the third song performed, it even came to a point where the concert had to be interrupted. Morrissey could barely sing because of all the people on stage, so he decided to stop, walk around, then go backstage while the band kept on playing an instrumental version. After reaching the end, the band started the song from the beginning and Morrissey returned, picking up where he had stopped.

In "November Spawned A Monster", Morrissey changed a line to "A symbol of where mad mad lovers must always draw the line", a change that would become common in this song on the 2004 tour, but rarely done in 1992. In "Sister I'm A Poet", Morrissey usually changed a line to "A plastic bag stranded at the lights, this once was me", but on this particular date, he actually sang "... this once was moi".

After "My Insatiable One", Morrissey teased the audience by shouting "Yes! Yes! Yes! Oh! Oh! Oh! Yes! Yes! Yes!". Near the end of "He Knows I'd Love To See Him", the barrier broke and Morrissey had to stop singing to check what was happening. After the song, he said "I'd just like to say that I hope that nobody is being hurt by security and I'd also like to assume everything they do is for your safety". Of course that statement was prompted by the fact that many fans were rudely handled by security.

There was no change in the content or order in the setlist.


A so-so audience recording of the full concert minus the aborted "He Knows I'd Love To See Him" is available on bootleg tapes and on the internet.

Soundchecks of "My Insatiable One" (instr.), "Glamorous Glue" (instr.), "Tomorrow" (instr.), "Suedehead" (instr.), "You're The One For Me, Fatty" and "Certain People I Know" are also available from bootleg traders, but not on file sharing networks.


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