Wednesday, 23 June 1993
Cirkus
Stockholm, Sweden
supported by Teddybears Sthlm
Donna Summer, "I Feel Love"
Caffeine
Be Aggressive
Mark Bowen
The Crab Song
Midlife Crisis
RV
Land of Sunshine
We Care A Lot
Chinese Arithmetic
intro "Twin Peaks" theme
A Small Victory
Edge Of The World
Falling To Pieces
Death March
Surprise! You're Dead!
Woodpecker From Mars
Jizzlobber

Crack Hitler
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
intro 16 Tons
Easy (Commodores)

Introduce Yourself
As the Worm Turns
Epic
Angel Dust cover
9
Introduce Yourself cover
5
The Real Thing cover
5
We Care A Lot cover
2
Non-Album Track cover
1
Confirmation:
PattonTrader
CV Database
Setlist.fm
Audience recording (complete)
FM broadcast (not complete)
Aftonbladet, 3rd May 1993 - gig ad
Expressen, 23rd June 1993 - gig ad with support
Aftonbladet, 24th June 1994, page 34 - gig review
Svenska Dagbladet, 25th June 1993, page 29 - gig review
Broadcasts:
Partially broadcast on P3 Live on 24th August 1993
Releases:
Note:
A significant part of this show was broadcast on Swedish radio program P3 Live.

The broadcast occurred only once on 24th August 1993. Songs broadcast were: Caffeine, Be Aggressive, Midlife Crisis, RV, Land Of Sunshine, We Care A Lot, A Small Victory, Falling To Pieces, Death March, Surprise You're Dead, Crack Hitler, Easy, Epic.
Description:
Mark Bowen has no guitar for the first half of the intro.
Stops in middle of Midlife Crisis, let's the crowd sing, then starts again.
RV lyrics changed, "I sweat a lot, Whoever's got microphone throw it right back here, hit me right there, my pants fall down..."
Before Jizzlobber, Patton: "Thanks for coming. Sorry we were a little bit late. Just one of those things you know?"
A lot of microphone issues during A Small Victory.
Jim stops playing in the intro of Crack Hitler as he gets lots, Patton: "Tres bon, we got it!"
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