Monday, 13 March 1995
The Forum
London, England
supported by Shihad
John Barry Seven, "Let's Have A Wonderful Time"
Digging The Grave
Be Aggressive
Midlife Crisis
The Real Thing
Land Of Sunshine
Cuckoo For Caca
We Care A Lot
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
middle I Like To Party cheerleader chant
Get Out
King For A Day
What A Day
From Out Of Nowhere
Zombie (Cranberries)
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
The Last To Know
I Started A Joke (Bee Gees)

(Dean guitar solo)
Zombie Eaters
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Angel Dust cover
The Real Thing cover
Introduce Yourself cover
Other cover
Non-Album Track cover
CV Database Discography (various singles)
Various Bootlegs
Audience recording
Faith No More Followers
Broadcast by BBC
"Midlife Crisis", "Epic" and "We Care A Lot" released on various singles.
Bootleg: The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum
Video: Audience recording
During Evidence, Patton: "This is a new one", and "You guys look so happy? Was it something I said?"
Before We Care A Lot, Patton: "This next song is called Freebird"
Before King For A Day, Roddy: "Are you a supermodel? I can tell, you're a supermodel aren't you?"
During Zombie cover, Patton: "I'm looking for someone, somebody with blonde, short hair and a nose ring. Somebody with an Irish accent if possible. Any takers? I see one. I see one. There she is. Come here girl. Come here girl, sing the song, with us. Wanna come up here? Come on. There's one in every crowd. And a tattoo... A tattoo is??? A tattoo, that's my girl... Here she is, what do you think? She says fucking excellent, she says. Say that again? No no no no, it's not. Can you sing? You can't sing? Why do you think we asked you up here? You gonna have to sing, you're gonna have to sing. Do you know what song the band is playing? What is it? Do you know what song it is?"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1990 Ritz Music Hall, Indianapolis IN, USA