Before Last Cup Of Sorrow, Roddy: "Well well well Adelaide. Who knew? And I spent my day off in Melbourne. Fuck me!"
Before Gentle Art, Patton: "Yes hello Adelaide. We are Faith No More. Officially sponsored by Gaucho's restaurant, Gouger Street, Adelaide, thank you"
Before Evidence, Roddy, "Are you in that show Neighbours?"
During Evidence, Patton: "Ladies and Gentlemen, Batman on guitar"
During Easy, Patton: "We've got Batman over here on guitar, and he's looking for a Wonder Woman tonight"
After Get Out, Roddy: "Little ball of fire there that last number"
Before King For A Day:
- Roddy: "City of churches thank you"
- Patton: "Everybody ok up there in the upper deck. You don't have nose bleeds up there do ya?"
- Roddy: "City of churches say a prayer for the upper deck"
- Patton: "You know why they have bloody noses up there cos they're doing tons of beak. Beak is American slang for cocaine ladies and gentlemen, given em a big hand"
Before Just A Man, Patton: "Batman has got a tear in his cape. We've got a seamstress to sew it up for him."
Before Stripsearch, Patton: "Well unfortunately we can't play War Pigs because we all forgot it except our drummer"
Before I Started A Joke Patton introduces the band, including "Jon Hudson on guitar, aka Batman"
During Home Sick Home Patton sings "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" during a few parts, it's not certain what song he's referencing as that style is used in a lot of songs. Probably Surfin' Bird as it's possible they'd recently heard silverchair covering it.