Saturday, 19 December 1992
Icegellager Fabrikhalle
Z├╝rich, Switzerland
supported by L7
The Final Countdown remix
Caffeine
Falling To Pieces
Land Of Sunshine
The Crab Song
Midlife Crisis
outro Prince, "My Name Is Prince"
Chinese Arithmetic
intro The Young Gods, "Skinflowers"
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
middle Kris Kross, "Warm It Up"
Woodpecker From Mars
Jizzlobber
Epic
outro CeCe Peniston, "Finally"

Sweet Dreams (Nestles)
Edge Of The World
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
Zombie Eaters

The Real Thing
Angel Dust cover
8
The Real Thing cover
7
Introduce Yourself cover
4
Other cover
1
Non-Album Track cover
1
Confirmation:
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Audience recording
Description:
During Easy, Patton: "This message has been brought to you by Alka Seltzer."
Before Crack Hitler, Patton: "You going camping up there buddy? You got a sleeping bag?"

After returning for encore, the crowd has been chanting a single note, Patton: "Are you guys Buddhists or something? Into transcendental mediation?", Roddy: "I feel it. Jesus christ I like it."

At the end of Sweet Dreams Patton imitates Axl's whine, then "Don't cry... Don't cry.... Don't cry goddamnit"

After Edge Of The World the crowd keeps singing while the band jams and growls, Patton: "Thanks for letting us get loose and improvise a bit"

During Let's Lynch The Landlord, Patton: "Does anyone know what they used to make in this factory? I've been thinking about it all night. Wheelbarrows. Someone just informed me, wheel barrows."

The band speeds up at the end of Let's Lynch The Landlord.

After Zombie Eaters, Patton: "If we have your stuff, come on up and get it."

After returning for last encore, "Where's our drummer?", Patton: "Where's my stuff?"
On This Day:
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1987 CANCELLED Club Congress, Tucson AZ, USA