Wednesday, 24 February 2010
Festival Hall
Melbourne, VIC, Australia
with AFI and Gallows
Reunited (Peaches & Herb)
From Out of Nowhere
Land of Sunshine
Be Aggressive
part sung in Portuguese
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Lady Gaga, "Poker Face"
Last Cup of Sorrow
Cuckoo for Caca
Easy (Commodores)
Ashes to Ashes
Midlife Crisis
interlude Crowded House, "Don't Dream It's Over"
Surprise! You're Dead!
King for a Day
outro Stevie Wonder, "Sir Duke"
Just a Man

Chariots Of Fire (Vangelis)
As the Worm Turns

This Guy's in Love with You (Burt Bacharach)
We Care a Lot
Angel Dust cover
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Other cover
Album Of The Year cover
The Real Thing cover
Introduce Yourself cover
We Care A Lot cover
AFI and Gallows had booked Festival Hall for the 24th and already sold tickets before Faith No More stepping in and joined the line up for the night. Existing sold AFI/Gallows tickets are valid for the gig.

Details to allow fans to buy tickets a day early (Thursday 4th Feb, 9am) were released by Roddy and Bill on their Twitter accounts (the password was "Reunited"). Those that missed out could buy tickets Friday 5th Feb, 9am.
In intro to Be Aggressive, Patton: "Oh Jesus Christ!"

Before Evidence:
- Patton: Thank you
- Patton: Melbs in the house.
- Roddy: Good to be back people!
- Patton: What happened to all the shellas?!
- Patton: You guys ever watch any Acca Dacca?

In Evidence intro:
- Patton: Just settle down, it's gonna be a long night

Before Gentle Art:
- Patton: Thank you. You guys in a better fucking mood now? Are you? If you don't fucking shape up I'm going to have to bring out my uncle. My long lost Tasmanian uncle. Chopper!

During Easy, after the solo:
- Patton: Sing Melbourne! Come into these high notes.

After Easy:
- Patton: You guys, are sweet as!

Midlife Crisis pauses, crowd sings:
- Patton: That's pretty nice, you guys have the wrong continent.
- * sings Don't Dream It's Over *
- Patton: They can't win. Don't Dream It's Over Melbourne, don't dream it's over.

After Midlife Crisis:
- Patton: Thank you guys. Did you enjoy the detour?

Over the end of Epic Patton sings "You can feel it all over" from Sir Duke, first "end of Epic" cover for a very long time.

Before Just A Man:
- Patton: Yo Melbs. You still with us? Still ok?

During Just A Man intro:
- Roddy: You want this song
- Patton: I think you want this song, I guess? You read my mind mohawk. I know what you want, I know what you want Melbourne. You want to make the people sway, like this. Side to side, side to side. Now put your hands in your pockets!

Lyrics in middle rant changed "To fly up to Sydney"

After "Born to love" part Patton mounts a bouncer and rides them around the front. Over the extended end:
- Patton: "Hit me two times. Hit me eighteen times! Hit me one and a half times. What'd I say? What I'd say?"

After Just A Man:
- Patton: Melbourne! Thank you so much, very nice to see you.

Ole ole ole sample before Chariots Of Fire. Patton gets crowd to sing Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi.

After Stripsearch Puffy starts playing the Mark Bowen drums but stops.
- Patton: Hey, who wants to do hear a drum solo? Drum solo? You know like some Neil Perte shit
- * Puffy plays a drum solo *
- Patton: Yeah! Now do a Grindcore drum solo. Do a grindcore drum solo, can you do that?
- * Puffy plays a drum solo *
- Patton: That's good. Now do a comedy, do a comedy drum solo.
- * Puffy plays a drum solo *
- Patton: Mike Bordin ladies and gentlemen.
- Roddy: Now I'm gonna do, I'm gonna do a mid century baroque keyboard solo.
- Patton: Keyboard solo?
- Roddy: Yeah, a mid century baroque keyboard solo.

After As The Worm Turns:
- Roddy: Thank you so much peoples!
- Patton: Thank you for your patience, you've been great. Drive carefully. Brush, twice a day.
- Bill: Give your baby a kiss.
- Patton: That's right.
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1989 I-Beam, San Francisco CA, USA
2021 CANCELLED Spark Arena, Auckland New Zealand