Thursday, 10 August 1995
Hordern Pavilion
Sydney, NSW, Australia
supported by Peyote
Setlist albums:
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 10
Angel Dust cover Angel Dust 4
The Real Thing cover The Real Thing 2
Introduce Yourself cover Introduce Yourself 1
We Care A Lot cover We Care A Lot 1
John Barry, "Beat Girl"
Ricochet
Be Aggressive
Midlife Crisis
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Evidence
Caffeine
What A Day
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
Get Out
Caralho Voador
King For A Day
Epic
Digging The Grave
Just A Man

As The Worm Turns
Take This Bottle
Zombie Eaters
Confirmation:
CV Database
Setlist.fm
Audience recording
Advert in HM magazine #78 (July 1995) Page 27
Sydney Morning Herald, 9 June 1995, page 16 - gig notice
Description:
Before Easy:
- Patton: "Let's take a rest huh"
- Roddy: "Yeah, let's take a break, what do you say?"
- Bill: "You guys feel like a little Triple R or a little Triple M?"
- Roddy: "What's it gonna be, RRR or MMM? silverchair or Noise Addicts?"
- Patton: "Acid or Peyote?"
- Roddy: "Jerry Garcia? Kurt Cobain? What's it gonna be Sydney?! Talk to us, we're not communicating here come on!"

Before Caralho, Roddy: "You guy's tired yet? Well just in case we've designed a little number right here for your relaxment. Everybody just take a minute, collect your thoughts and relax."

After coming back from encore Patton asks if the crowd is trying to tell them something, "you don't like our shirts" - then the crowd throws shirts on stage, Patton: "Just kidding start the song", Roddy: " It starts with me, I like the tension"
After As The Worm Turns: "That was kind of average wasn't it? See if we can redeem ourselves."
During Take This Bottle: "Black Sabbath, my favourite band."
Before Zombie Eaters:
- Roddy: "I don't play in this song."
- Bill: "Bullshit I wrote it"
After Zombie Eaters: "See you tomorrow! same time same place."
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1990 Countdown Revolution, Melbourne VIC, Australia
1990 The Palace, Melbourne VIC, Australia
2009 Lycabettus Amphitheatre, Athens Greece