Thursday, 27 April 1995
Hollywood Palladium
Los Angeles, CA, USA
supported by Steel Pole Bathtub and Phunk Junkeez
Digging the Grave
Be Aggressive
Midlife Crisis
The Real Thing
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
What A Day
We Care a Lot
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
Get Out
Glory Box (Portishead)
King for A Day
Just A Man

Cuckoo for Caca
I Started a Joke (Bee Gees)
From Out of Nowhere

Zombie (Cranberries)
with Metallica, "Creeping Death"
Take This Bottle
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Angel Dust cover
The Real Thing cover
Other cover
Introduce Yourself cover
Non-Album Track cover
PattonTrader discography (Ricochet single D429)
CV Database
List of gigs attended
Broadcast/Soundboard @

Los Angeles Times, 25 March 1995, page F10 - gig listing
Los Angeles Times, 9 April 1995, page 67 - advert
Los Angeles Times, 14 April 1995, page 13 - gig listing - $15
Los Angeles Times, 16 April 1995, page 62 - Palladium ad
Los Angeles Times, 23 April 1995, page 68 - gig listing with supports
Los Angeles Times, 29 April 1995, page F10 - gig review
LA Weekly, 31 Mar-6 Apr 1995, page 108 - ad
LA Weekly 21-27 April 1995, page 103 ad - says supports are Steel Pole Bathtub and Phunk Junkeez
Broadcast on Japanese radio?
Broadcast on US radio?
Ricochet single (D429) - Digging The Grave and Midlife Crisis
Evidence single (LACDP54/850 225-2) - Digging The Grave and From Out Of Nowhere
King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime Deluxe - Digging The Grave
Audio: FM broadcast
Audio: Soundboard recording
Before Evidence: "Like it? Mean it? But how do we look?" - Bill: "Can you see my grey? Good!"
Before Easy: "Much thanks Los Angeles. How do you like our new guitar player Dean Menta? Like him, love him? Want to take him home? He wrote this next song it goes like this..."
Glory Box played straight instead of a jam
Before Cuckoo For Caca: "I'd like to dedicate this one the Marsha Brady"
Patton does the "Creeping Death" part of Zombie in full James Hetfield voice.
Take This Bottle ends before "one more time!" and they play another chorus.
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1990 Hammersmith Odeon, London England
1993 Workers Club, Newcastle NSW, Australia