Sunday, 06 May 1990
Frankfurt, Germany
supported by Prong
From Out Of Nowhere
Falling To Pieces
Introduce Yourself
The Real Thing
Underwater Love
As The Worm Turns
The Crab Song
Edge Of The World
The Morning After
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Madonna, "Vogue"
We Care A Lot
middle New Kids On The Block, "The Right Stuff"
Sweet Dreams (Nestles)
Surprise! You're Dead!
outro Lenny Kravitz, "Let Love Rule"
Woodpecker From Mars

Zombie Eaters
Why Do You Bother?
War Pigs (Black Sabbath)

Easy (Commodores)
The Real Thing cover
Introduce Yourself cover
We Care A Lot cover
Other cover
Angel Dust cover
CV Database
Audience recording
World's End bootleg
Trust 23 gig listing
Bootleg: World's End
Audio: Audience audio
The "World's End" bootleg CD was recorded on this date
Before Introduce Yourself: "We played a while ago, any of you people here? I don't recognise any of you."
During The Real Thing: "You must have about 57 tattoos!"
Before As The Worm Turns: "You guys hot? We're trying a new thing... naked hippies! Like Lenny Kravitz, let love rule ya'll"
The band tries out their German during The Crab Song intro.
During The Edge of the World intro: "You guys are looking a little tired out there - if anyone is gonna strip you should do it in this song, this is a stripper song." - "Come on Heino fans! Sing!"
Before Epic Patton lets the crowd know Americans go to concerts naked, that there is nothing wrong with nudity, and everything their parents told them was a lie. Epic is introduced as being about Prong's record label.
Before Why Do You Bother?: "This song is dedicated to everybody that's out there that has a lighter."
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1982 Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco CA, USA
1988 Simplon, Groningen Netherlands
1993 Monash Uni, Melbourne VIC, Australia
1995 Masquerade, Atlanta GA, USA
1997 Markthalle, Hamburg Germany