Faith No More
Monday, 30 July 1990
Live At The Wireless
Triple J Studios
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Introduce Yourself
The Real Thing
outro Public Enemy, "911 Is A Joke"
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Madonna, "Vogue"
We Care A Lot
middle New Kids On The Block, "The Right Stuff"
Sweet Dreams (Nestles)
Surprise! You're Dead!
Easy (Commodores)
War Pigs (Black Sabbath)
Falling To Pieces
Triple J FM - 30th June 1990
Official Release:
"Falling To Pieces" released on "Triple J: Live At The Wireless" compilation (Volume 1).
Bootleg: We Fuck A Lot
Originally broadcast on 30th June 1990?. Interviews have indicated this was the "first time the band played in Australia" so the date could be the 28th or the 29th.

Rebroadcast in 1995? "War Pigs" from this gig broadcast separately (in 1995?) after and interview with Mike Patton which talked about Puffy walking off stage.

Rebroadcast on Triple J on 27th May 2007 during the third "Impossible Music Festival". The rebroadcast included "War Pigs".
Intro: "Everybody in radio land, snap your fingers. All you people out there on your couches... You 20 people watching us here too... I'd like to dedicate this song to playing rock and roll and having a fucking load of fun. And partying until really late at night."
Given the reference to "snap your fingers" it's probably Edge of the World was played but not good enough to keep.

Before Chinese Arithmetic: "The word of the day is, fuck"

During We Care A Lot, just before "the right stuff!" Patton yells "Donnie, Donnie, Donnie!"

Last lyrics of Sweet Dreams changed to: "Puffy Bordin is mad.. yes he is."

Before War Pigs: "The 70s folks, hippies, pop, drugs... love, Jim Martin. Jim martin says let love rule ya'll. Let love rule."

Jim keeps shouting "crap" during nearly every song, maybe directed at Puffy?

Puffy walks out during "War Pigs" due to taunts from the band about his playing. He had hurt his ribs during bungee jumping in New Zealand. Patton takes over drums on the song.
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1991 Naked City: Pavillion, Hannover Germany
1999 Mr. Bungle: The Guvernment, Toronto ON, Canada
2002 Tomahawk: Alltel Arena, Little Rock AR, USA
2015 Faith No More: Masquerade, Atlanta GA, USA