Wednesday, 29 October 1997
Entertainment Centre
Adelaide, SA, Australia
Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
Midlife Crisis
Last Cup Of Sorrow
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
Easy (Commodores)
As The Worm Turns
Get Out
Home Sick Home
intro and middle "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"
Ashes To Ashes
King For A Day
outro Foreigner, "I Want To Know What Love Is"
Land Of Sunshine
with Patton singing the guitar solo
Naked In Front Of The Computer
Just A Man

We Care A Lot
This Guy's In Love With You (Burt Bacharach)

I Started A Joke (Bee Gees)
Highway Star (Deep Purple)
Album Of The Year cover
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime cover
Angel Dust cover
Other cover
Introduce Yourself cover
Non-Album Track cover
The Real Thing cover
We Care A Lot cover
Audio: Audience recording
Before Last Cup Of Sorrow, Roddy: "Well well well Adelaide. Who knew? And I spent my day off in Melbourne. Fuck me!"
Before Gentle Art, Patton: "Yes hello Adelaide. We are Faith No More. Officially sponsored by Gaucho's restaurant, Gouger Street, Adelaide, thank you"
Before Evidence, Roddy, "Are you in that show Neighbours?"
During Evidence, Patton: "Ladies and Gentlemen, Batman on guitar"
During Easy, Patton: "We've got Batman over here on guitar, and he's looking for a Wonder Woman tonight"
After Get Out, Roddy: "Little ball of fire there that last number"
Before King For A Day:
- Roddy: "City of churches thank you"
- Patton: "Everybody ok up there in the upper deck. You don't have nose bleeds up there do ya?"
- Roddy: "City of churches say a prayer for the upper deck"
- Patton: "You know why they have bloody noses up there cos they're doing tons of beak. Beak is American slang for cocaine ladies and gentlemen, given em a big hand"
Before Just A Man, Patton: "Batman has got a tear in his cape. We've got a seamstress to sew it up for him."
Before Stripsearch, Patton: "Well unfortunately we can't play War Pigs because we all forgot it except our drummer"
Before I Started A Joke Patton introduces the band, including "Jon Hudson on guitar, aka Batman"

During Home Sick Home Patton sings "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" during a few parts, it's not certain what song he's referencing as that style is used in a lot of songs. Probably Surfin' Bird as it's possible they'd recently heard silverchair covering it.
On This Day:
Year Venue State/Country
1987 CMJ Showcase, Cat Club, New York NY, USA
1987 ?? Toad's Place, New Haven CT, USA
1989 Nighttown, Rotterdam Netherlands
2009 Teatro Caupolicán, Santiago Chile