Faith No More
Friday, 23 June 1995
Rockstore
Montpellier, France
John Barry, "Beat Girl"
Ricochet
Be Aggressive
Midlife Crisis
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Evidence
Caffeine
What A Day
Easy (Commodores)
Introduce Yourself
Get Out
Caralho Voador
King For A Day
Epic
Digging The Grave
Just A Man

Let's Lynch The Landlord (Dead Kennedys)
intro 4 Non Blondes, "What's Up?"
I Started A Joke (Bee Gees)
We Care A Lot

Death March
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Description:
First chorus of Be Aggressive they spell something else...?
Before What A Day: "Ready boys? Ready for some hard techno music yah?"
Before Get Out:
- Bill: "How many of you people like French Canadians?"
- Patton: "How many of you people like Charles Duval?

The band play a stupid jam before Caralho Voador which started with Bill playing Gary Glitter's Rock And Roll Part II but descends into nonsense.
- Roddy: "You hate it? I'm the kind of guy, that just makes me like it all the more. That's the kind of asshole I am."
- Bill: "How many of you people think Roddy's an asshole? How many think he's a nice guy?"
After Epic, before Digging The Grave: "That was from the movie Critters 2. This one's from the movie Street Fighter 2."

Dean loses guitar in the middle of Digging The Grave, then comes in early, the band JUST keeping together.
Before Just A Man: "This next song will be our final song for the evening. Oh yes, it's true. Much as we'd love to stay and play with you all night long, we've got places to go, people to see..."

Before Let's Lynch: "Welcome to the AOR segment of our show. We're gonna slow things down a little bit. Start off with a little number by San Francisco band called 4 Non Blondes? Maybe you've heard of them?"

No Take That segment of I Started A Joke.
Before Death March: "This is an old song that starts with our new guitar player Dean... starts like this!" - Dean then false starts, "My fault! My fault!"
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1992 Faith No More: Feijenoord Stadium (a.k.a. De Kuip), Rotterdam Netherlands
1993 Faith No More: Cirkus, Stockholm Sweden
2001 Fantomas: Southside Festival, Neuhausen Germany
2006 John Zorn: Tribute to Derek Bailey, The Barbican, London England
2007 Peeping Tom: Forum Theatre, Melbourne VIC, Australia
2015 Faith No More: Alsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg Germany
2018 Dead Cross: Hellfest, Clisson France
2020 Faith No More: CANCELLED Max Schmeling Halle, Berlin Germany
2021 Faith No More: CANCELLED Max Schmeling Halle, Berlin Germany
2022 Faith No More: Partille Arena, Gothenburg Sweden