Sunday, 09 May 1993
Hordern Pavilion
Sydney, NSW, Australia
supported by Scarymother
The Final Countdown remix
Introduce Yourself
Be Aggressive
outro Bay City Rollers, "Saturday Night"
As The Worm Turns
Zombie Eaters
Midlife Crisis
Land Of Sunshine
We Care A Lot
Chinese Arithmetic
Crack Hitler
Sweet Dreams (Nestles)
Edge Of The World
Falling To Pieces
Death March
Surprise! You're Dead!
Woodpecker From Mars

From Out Of Nowhere
Easy (Commodores)
intro Francis Lai, "Love Story Theme"
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
first verse used Black Sabbath, "War Pigs" lyrics
outro Billie Holiday, "You Don't Know What Love Is"
Angel Dust cover
The Real Thing cover
Introduce Yourself cover
Other cover
Non-Album Track cover
We Care A Lot cover
CV Database
Audience recording

Sydney Morning Herald, 11 April 1993, page 101 - gig ad
Sydney Morning Herald, 16 April 1993, page 3s - 4pm start "Twilight" show
Sydney Morning Herald, 23 April 1993, page 16s - gig listing
Audio:Audience recording
Between Midlife Crisis and RV: "Enjoying a little Sunday afternoon picnic are ya? Free cheese!"
RV lyrics change, "yeah I sweat a lot, and I just love to beat the hell out of women."
Patton changes last line of RV to: "You ain't never gonna amount to shit"

Before Chinese Arithmetic:
- Roddy: Is that guy ok, he fell pretty hard. You didn't hurt him did ya?
- Patton: Roddy, the security guards are you friend.

During Crack Hitler intro, Patton: "Interesting side note, we're being sued for a little sample used in this part right here."

Before Easy Roddy plays a part of Francis Lai's, "Love Story Theme", which Patton describes as their "next single"

After Easy: "Ok, now that we've got that off our back"

Before Epic: "Tomorrow we leave Australia - This is our last show here - With this we say farewell..."

In the middle of Epic Patton sings some lines from Billy Holiday's "You Don't Know What Love Is"

As they walk off Jim says "See you next year"
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