Tuesday, 06 October 1992
Airport Music Hall
Allentown, PA, USA
supported by Helmet
Setlist albums:
Angel Dust cover Angel Dust 9
Introduce Yourself cover Introduce Yourself 5
The Real Thing cover The Real Thing 3
Other cover Other 1
Non-Album Track cover Non-Album Track 1
We Care A Lot cover We Care A Lot 1
The Final Countdown remix
Caffeine
Death March
Land Of Sunshine
The Crab Song
Midlife Crisis
As The Worm Turns
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Madonna, "Vogue"
throughout Prince, "My Name Is Prince"
RV
Surprise! You're Dead!
Be Aggressive
outro Bay City Rollers, "Saturday Night"
Introduce Yourself
Easy (Commodores)
We Care A Lot
middle Del tha Funky Homosapien, "Mistadobalina"
Jizzlobber
Woodpecker From Mars
Epic
outro Helmet, "Turned Out"

Everything's Ruined
outro Eddie Money, "Two Tickets To Paradise"
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
A Small Victory
Confirmation:
[Setlist.fm and CVDB both say Monday 5th - the gig was definitely played Tuesday 6th]
Setlist.fm
CV Database
Audience recording
Witness

Morning Call 4th October 1992 (Ed Condran) - "the band performs with Helmet on Tuesday night in Agricultural Hall at the Allentown Fairgrounds"
Morning Call 6th October 1992 - "The site of tonight's Faith No More-Helmet concert in Allentown was switched from Agricultural Hall to Airport Music Hall yesterday by the promoter, Makoul Productions."
Morning Call 11 September 1992, page D7 - lists Allentown Fairgrounds Agricultural Hall as the venue
Morning Call 18 September 1992, page D8 - lists Allentown Fairgrounds Agricultural Hall as the venue
Pottsville Republican, 25 Sep 1992, page 29 - advert - still Allentown Fairgrounds
The Times Leader Wilkes-Barre, 6 Oct 1992, page 4B - venue change to Airport Music Hall
Morning Call, 8 October 1992, page D2 - gig review

Gig review:
""Hey A-town, is Tucker Quayle in the audience?" asked Faith No More keyboardist Roddy Bottum midway through the San Francisco-based band's set Tuesday night at the Airport Music Hall in Allentown."
Description:
7pm, tickets $16.50 or $17.50 at the door

Before The Crab Song, Roddy: "Tell me one thing, is Tucker Quail in the audience?"
During The Crab Song:
- Patton: Bill looks like the bass player from Pearl Jam.
- Bill: Hey thanks Mike. To tell you the truth, with the diarrhoea I've got right now i feel like the bass player of Pearl Jam.
- Patton: What about the hernia? You know our bass player's got a hernia. And he's out here enduring the pains of that hernia just to play for you because he loves each and every one of you.
- Bill: That's right!
- Patton: do you love his hernia?
- Bill: Love my diarrhoea?

Before Chinese Arithmetic, Patton: "Any skinheads in the audience tonight, just out of curiosity. Raise your hands skinheads."

Roddy singles "My Name Is Prince" randomly throughout Chinese Arithmetic. Patton yells "My name is Tucker!" in the middle.

During RV intro, Patton: "This is for all those 90210 viewers"

Before Be Aggressive:
- Roddy: How do you guys like Helmet? They're pretty great right? They're cool.
- Patton: Call into MTV and request their video, it'll really piss em off.
- Roddy: Make em really big! Like huge!

Be Aggressive is introduced by Roddy as "This song is kind about Dan Quail and dietary supplement"

Before Jizzlobber:
- Patton: It's Grizzly Adams! What are you doing here.
- Roddy: No fucking way! Get the fuck out of here!
- Patton: Hey man I thought you went to jail for coke buddy. What the fuck are you doing in a nightclub? Who's that woman with you? I thought you were gay? Huh? Huh!

Before Everything's Ruined:
- Roddy: Hey hey let's all meet some place after the show, want to? Where?
- Bill: Where you hang out around here?
- Roddy: Let's all meet there and have like a nice shabang
- Bill: Let's all have a big party at Kmart
- Roddy: Kmart works
- Patton: In the appliances department. We'll wash dishes, we'll make food. We could fire up some stereos. Put on some Poison, some Pearl Jam. It'll be so cool.
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