15 October 1992
Events Center, San Jose, CA

The Loop
Sister I'm A Poet
Certain People I Know
Glamorous Glue
You're The One For Me, Fatty
Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
Alsatian Cousin
November Spawned A Monster
He Knows I'd Love To See Him
You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
Girl Least Likely To
Seasick, Yet Still Docked
We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
/Jack The Ripper
/We'll Let You Know
This concert was a wild one and the fans were very rowdy. They even angered the opening band's singer because they kept shouting for Morrissey to come on stage. Morrissey was in his element and in great spirits, although not as his most talkative. Many shoes were thrown on stage. Nobody made it on stage.

The setlist content was the same as for the previous gig, but the sequence was changed. Faster songs were moved closer to the beginning, giving the concert more momentum. "We'll Let You Know" was moved down to the position of set closer, where it would find itself for a few more dates.

There was a false start on "Glamorous Glue". Morrissey sang undecipherable words at the end of "Tomorrow" that are not in the studio version. He started "You're The One For Me, Fatty" with maracas and threw them into the crowd after a verse or two. After "Alsatian Cousin" he started to ask "Ermmm... how was the...?" but never finished his question. He changed a line in "November Spawned A Monster" to "could you even bear to kiss me full on the mouth or anywhere". During that song's bridge, instead of playing clarinet as he usually did on this tour, Boz played saxophone. There was no feedback showcase at the end of the song, unlike the previous two shows when it was slotted as show closer.

Before set closer "We'll Let You Know", Morrissey said "Before we go, I'd just like to say thank you and I'd like to say...(fan shouts something) ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh!". He ended that song with a shout of "I love you" before leaving. Just like previous set closers "The National Front Disco" and "November Spawned A Monster", "We'll Let You Know" was extended at the end with feedback and flute.


A reasonable sounding audience recording of the full concert has found its way on bootlegs.


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