Faith No More
Sunday, 15 July 1990
Trocadero Theater
Philadelphia, PA, USA
supported by Circus Of Power
Toto, "Big Battle" (Dune soundtrack)
From Out Of Nowhere
Falling To Pieces
Introduce Yourself
The Real Thing
outro Public Enemy, "911 Is A Joke"
Underwater Love
As The Worm Turns
The Crab Song
Edge Of The World
The Morning After
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Madonna, "Vogue"
We Care A Lot
intro sample Yello, "Oh Yeah"
middle New Kids On The Block, "The Right Stuff"
Sweet Dreams (Nestles)
intro Elton John, "Philadelphia Freedom"
end yell U2, "Sunday Bloody Sunday"
Surprise! You're Dead!
outro Lenny Kravitz, "Let Love Rule"
Woodpecker From Mars

Macho Man (Village People)
Zombie Eaters
Why Do You Bother?
Audience recording
"Philadelphia Daily News" (29 May 1990) (Johnathan Takiff) - list of upcoming gigs
The Morning Call, 21 Jun 1990, gig listing page D5
Before As The Worm Turns: "It's a fucking hot one!" then "Cheese stick!" in the intro.

Before Edge of the World:
- Patton: "Jim have you ever fucked a ladies shoe? It's very erotic, I did it once"
- Roddy: "Did you cum in the shoe?"
- Patton: "No, I pulled out"

Before Chinese Arithmetic Patton tells a story about how last time they played here he was offered crack in the alley out back.

Before Sweet Dreams: "Thanks Philly, this song is especially for each and every one of you."
After encore Patton asks someone to get on stage to ask if the sound is any good. Fan says "Voivod sounded better." They ask the fan what to play next and he asks for a cover. They play Macho Man. "What's your name? Tim? Do a stage dive right now!"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1995 Faith No More: Phoenix Festival, Stratford-upon-Avon England
1997 Faith No More: Spodek Sporthall, Katowice Poland
1999 Mr. Bungle: House Of Blues, Los Angeles CA, USA
2000 Fantômas: Arvika Festival, Arvika Sweden
2002 Tomahawk: Great Western Forum, Los Angeles CA, USA
2005 Fantômas: Dour Festival, Dour Belgium
2006 Peeping Tom: The Latitude Festival, Suffolk England
2010 Faith No More: Dour Festival, Dour Belgium
2013 John Zorn Song Project: Zorn@60, Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw Poland