Faith No More
Friday, 30 October 1992
Gothenburg, Sweden
supported by L7
The Final Countdown remix
Death March
Land Of Sunshine
The Crab Song
Midlife Crisis
outro Tom Cochrane, "Life Is A Highway"
As The Worm Turns
Chinese Arithmetic
intro Ween, "The Goin' Gets Tough From The Getgo"
Surprise! You're Dead!
Be Aggressive
Introduce Yourself
Easy (Commodores)
Crack Hitler
We Care A Lot
middle Kris Kross, "Warm It Up"
Woodpecker From Mars
outro En Vogue, "Free Your Mind"

Everything's Ruined
Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
A Small Victory
CV Database
Audience recording
Göteborgs-Posten, 7th September 1992, page 34 - gig ad
In the middle of Caffeine, Patton: "Woo it's the first song and we're sounding like hell"

Patton's vocals are missing in the middle of As The Worm Turns, Roddy sings.
After, Patton: "Special thanks for that special man who helped me sing that special song"

During Easy intro, Patton: "Pick a partner, it's time to slowdance"

During the intro of Crack Hitler Patton does the intro to Yello's Oh Yeah

Before Jizzlobber, Patton: "Here's a song about the great outdoors. You guys like to go camping? You know, set up a tent, shit in the woods. You guy's ever eaten bear meat?"

At end of Epic, Patton: "Jim Martin, Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum, Billy Gould and yours truly. We're Faith No More, thank you, good night."

During Let's Lynch The Landlord, Patton: "Any of you guys want some vodka? Anyone who wants vodka come to our bus after the show. We've got the biggest bottle you've ever seen. It's so big I feel like an asshole when I drink it."
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1989 Faith No More: Democrazy, Ghent Belgium
1990 Faith No More: Memorial Coliseum, Portland OR, USA
1991 Mr Bungle & Cobra: Roulette, Brooklyn NY, USA
1996 Mr. Bungle: Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle NSW, Australia
1998 Fantômas: Fitzgerald's, Houston TX, USA
1999 Mr. Bungle: Bogart's, Cincinnati OH, USA
2001 Fantômas: Knitting Factory (Early show), New York NY, USA
2001 Fantômas: Knitting Factory (Late show), New York NY, USA
2009 Faith No More: Estadio Bicentenario de la Florida, Santiago Chile