Tuesday, 28 February 1995
The Old Trout, Windsor
London, England
supported by Shihad
Cuckoo For Caca
Be Aggressive
Midlife Crisis
The Real Thing
Land Of Sunshine
Digging The Grave
We Care A Lot
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
middle I Like To Party cheerleader chant
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Surprise! You're Dead!
What A Day
Take This Bottle
From Out Of Nowhere

outro Cranberries, "Zombie"
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Angel Dust cover
The Real Thing cover
Introduce Yourself cover
Ticket stub and witness.
Many places quote this date as being the 1st March, but the 28th Feb gig was definitely played.

Ticket stub
shihad.com @ archive.org (1st March)
CV Database
#63 on 1997 Kerrang Top 100 Gigs (1st March)
Soundboard recording archive.org
Audio: Soundboard recording
A secret warm up gig, the first with Dean Menta on guitar, billed as "New Fat Bastard".

Before Cuckoo For Caca: "How's it going you guys, good to see ya"
After Midlife Crisis: "We all ended on time, thanks you guys, that's worth something"
"What do you think of the new guy?"
"Everybody laugh at Dean, someone needs to shit on his face tonight"
After Land Of Sunshine: "How did you guys like Shihad?"
Before We Care A Lot, Bill: "This is off the new record"
During Easy, Patton: "He fucked up, anybody got a dunce cap?"
During Introduce Yourself Roddy sings "I like to party"
Before Gentle Art: "Another new one"
Dean is really not very good at playing Surprise! You're Dead!
Before Take This Bottle the band asks what the crowd thinks of the new guy, saying he's a little bashful and looks like Frank Zappa.
After From Out Of Nowhere: "Ladies and gentlemen Mr Dean Menta. What the fuck are we going to do with this guy, look at him!"
Crowd chants You Fat Bastards during encore break.
Band apologises for technical problems, asks if anyone knows how to play guitar, "He's only been in the band three weeks. Fuck Dean.", Dean: "I don't know who's going to replace me..."
Before Evidence the band asks if Dean can play that one, its clean tone.
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