Monday, 23 November 1992
Corn Exchange
Cambridge, England
supported by L7
The Final Countdown remix
Falling To Pieces
Land Of Sunshine
The Crab Song
Midlife Crisis
outro Prince, "My Name Is Prince"
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Ween, "The Goin' Gets Tough From The Getgo"
Surprise! You're Dead!
Be Aggressive
outro Bay City Rollers, "Saturday Night"
Introduce Yourself
Easy (Commodores)
Crack Hitler
We Care A Lot
middle Kris Kross, "Warm It Up"
Woodpecker From Mars
middle Dire Straits, "Money For Nothing"
outro En Vogue, "Free Your Mind"

Everything's Ruined
intro Carpenters, "Close To You"
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
As The Worm Turns
A Small Victory
Angel Dust cover
Introduce Yourself cover
The Real Thing cover
Non-Album Track cover
We Care A Lot cover
CV Database
Audience recording
"Teach Me Violence" fanzine article
Audio: Audience recording
During Falling To Pieces, Patton: "L7 made us play this song."
During The Crab Song intro, Patton: "Sweet sweet Cambridge, land of plenty, corn for everyone."
Before Midlife Crisis:
- Roddy: How're you doing up there? Good? You're so far away!
- Patton: That's the stock broker section.
- Roddy: Come downstairs.
- Patton: Hey how's Bank South doing? It's up a quarter? That's great... great...

During Chinese Arithmetic intro:
- Patton: Are you happy? Well that's good, we want to make sure that you get everything that you came here for.
- Roddy: You like this beat? Well that's good!

Before Be Aggressive:
- Roddy: Cool cool. This next song's for all the brothers in the house... you know what I mean?
- Patton: All the well hung brothers goddammit!

Before Jizzlobber:
- Bill: Hey if I took a shit in the middle of the stage and a member of the band ate it, would you guys get excited?
- Roddy: Would that be exciting?
- Bill: That didn't sound like an overwhelming response.
- Patton: I think they need a little bit of therapy. A little bit of self esteem boosting. You guys feel ok about yourselves?

After Jizzlober, during which Patton shouted "I want my MTV!", Patton: "You still want your MTV? Choke on it! Choke on it!"

After returning for encore:
- Roddy: We're gonna play a couple of songs. I forgot what the first one is... oh yeah I remember I remember, I start it. It goes like this. This is how the beginning part goes, it's really easy to play on the piano.
- Patton: It's simple.
- Roddy: It's kinda like the Carpenters, you guys like the Carpenters?
- Patton: Close to you.
- Roddy: It's kinda the inspiration for this song, it starts like this.

At the end of Everything's Ruined someone from the crowd is on stage singing into a mic?:
- Patton: Congratulations son, I think you have a bright future ahead of you.
- Bill: Nobody else here has the guts to do what that man just did.
- Patton: That's a brave brave man.
- Roddy: I wanna take him on the road!
- Patton: I might add, a very stupid man, but that's ok, because he got up here and he did it by god.

During the middle of Let's Lynch The Landlord patton yells "Dean Menta!"

Before As The Worm Turns:
- Bill: I've got a quick question. Hey Mike, you know last time when you were singing on the microphone, you keep thinking of that guy's uncircumcised dick when you're holding that mic in your mouth.
- Patton: Yeah I was kinda holding it like this you noticed, very gingerly.
- Roddy: Was he uncircumcised?
- Patton: He was very uncircumcised.
- Roddy: Wow, I did not know that.

During As The Worm Turns more people on stage, Patton: "You chase after the big fish and the little one gets away."

During A Small Victory solo, Patton: "Another dickless wonder."

After A Small Victory, Roddy: "Thanks for looking at me for an hour and a half"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1986 The Roxy, Los Angeles CA, USA
1990 Fox Theatre, Detroit MI, USA
1997 Lushniki, Moscow Russia