Wednesday, 27 January 1993
Club Rio
Tempe, AZ, USA
with Babes In Toyland and Kyuss
The Final Countdown remix
Caffeine
Death March
Land Of Sunshine
The Crab Song
Midlife Crisis
outro Prince, "My Name Is Prince"
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Westbam, "Forward Ever, Backward Never"
RV
Surprise! You're Dead!
Be Aggressive
outro Bay City Rollers, "Saturday Night"
Introduce Yourself
Easy (Commodores)
Crack Hitler
We Care A Lot
intro sample SOULSYSTEM, "It's Gonna Be A Lovely Day"
middle House Of Pain, "Jump Around"
Woodpecker From Mars
Jizzlobber
Epic
outro En Vogue, "Free Your Mind"

Kindergarten
Sweet Dreams (Nestles)
Edge Of The World
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
A Small Victory
Angel Dust cover
10
Introduce Yourself cover
5
The Real Thing cover
4
Other cover
1
Non-Album Track cover
1
Confirmation:
CV Database
Setlist.fm
Kyuss "On tour with Faith No More" postcard with support dates
PattonTrader
Recording
Blog post about Mike and Bill adventures after the Club Rio show

Arizona Daily Star, 22 Jan 1993, page 15 section G - gig listing
Description:
Before Caffeine, Patton: "Greetings, greetings. Hello, goodbye!"
Before Chinese Arithmetic:
- Patton: "Has everybody been shitting regularly?"
- Bill: "Not everybody I suspect."
- Patton: "I think at least half of you guys are lying and you're a little bit ashamed. I know someone who shit, and it was only as big as his fingernail. She wasn't embarrassed. So I think you've got a problem."

Chinese Arithmetic has a telephone sample in the beginning.

RV lyrics changed, "cars don't rust here in Tempe, my pants fall down..."

Before Introduce Yourself, Patton: "Ladies and gentlemen superstar drummer Mike Bordin."

Crack Hitler starts with a lot of stupid "boing" samples.

Before Jizzlobber:
- Bill: "How many people in here would like a free beer? How many people would like free beer all night long? I'm offering a free beer all night long to whoever comes up and takes a sht on stage. How about it?"
- Patton: "Free beer all night. Shit on the stage. What do you say? Any takers? Get your ass up here. This next song is dedicated to a couple of friends of ours and their brand new baby boy. Or is it a girl?"

On returning for encore:
- Patton: "Roddy, somebody threw a rubber at you."
- Roddy: "Thanks"
- Patton: "You're building up quite a collection aren't ya?"
- Roddy: "Yeah, I've never used one of these before, but ah, I'll keep it just in case, thanks."

During Sweet Dreams, Patton: "Shut up and have some chocolate!"

During A Small Victory as the first "it shouldn't bother me no" Patton just says "Roddy" and let's Roddy sing it.
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1990 Octagon, University of Sheffield, Sheffield England