Sunday, 05 October 1997
Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA, USA
supported by Limp Bizkit
Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
Midlife Crisis
Last Cup Of Sorrow
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
Get Out
Home Sick Home
Ashes To Ashes
King For A Day
outro R Kelly, "I Believe I Can Fly"
Naked In Front Of The Computer
Just A Man

This Guy's In Love With You (Burt Bacharach)
Album Of The Year cover
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Angel Dust cover
Other cover
Introduce Yourself cover
The Real Thing cover
CV Database
Audience recording

Los Angeles Times, 28 August 1997, page 36R - gig listing
San Bernardino County Sun, 29 Aug 1997, page 14 - gig listing
Desert Sun Palm Springs, 29 Aug 1997, page 12 Tapeheads & Music - gig listing - $16.50
Los Angeles Times, 2 October 1997, page 36 - gig listing - 7:30pm
LA Weekly, 12-18 September 1997, page 159 - gig listing
LA Weekly, 26 September-2 October 1997, page C84- Palace ad
Audio: Audience recording
Before Gentle Art, Patton: "Everything OK LA?"
Before Evidence, Roddy: "Everybody ok? Good deal. Slow dance, ladies choice... go!"
Before Home Sick Home:
- Patton: "Is the ice broken yet I'm not sure. It feels a little cold in here"
- Roddy: "I doesn't feel broken"
- Patton: "It's a little cold..."
- Bill: "How can you tell if you can't hear anything?"
- Roddy: "Are we getting through?"
- Bill: "Are we getting deaf?"
- Patton: "Let's get deaf together... You get deaf while I get into your fucking house. Who lost their keys? Who lost em? It's the guy with the middle finger, hi how you doing. Hey baldy did you lose em, you lose your keys? You want em?"

After Home Sick Home, Patton: "Still a little icy"
Before Just A Man, Roddy: "We've got one more bang are you ready?", Patton: "You happy? You sure look happy!"
Before This Guy's In Love With You, Bill: "How many people out there didn't know who the Promise Keepers were until yesterday?"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1985 On Broadway, San Francisco CA, USA