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What follows is a compendium of known Morrissey and Smiths concert bootlegs. This list is by no means complete, and additional entries are not only encouraged but needed.

In addition to venue and date of performance, full tracklists will be provided. Moments of note are also listed as well; for example, if a particular concert contains a one-time only performance of a song (i.e., Come Back To Camden at the London Palladium in August of 2011), or if the concert was of particular historical significance in Morrissey's career (i.e. the 1992 Madstock concert or the 2004 MEN birthday show.) Where available, known CD art will be provided as well.

Additionally, a subjective letter-grade regarding sound quality will be offered.

Letter grades are as follows:

A: Excellent
B: Very Good
C: Good
D: Poor/listenable
F: Very poor/for completists only

The Smiths

The Electric Ballroom

London, England
December 19, 1983
Source: Audience
Grade: C

Note

This show is of note because it featured a work-in-progress version of Barbarism Begins At Home, performed over a year before the album version was released, and featuring noticeably different/additional lyrics.

1. Hand In Glove
2. Still Ill
3. Barbarism Begins At Home
4. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
5. Pretty Girls Make Graves
6. You've Got Everything Now
7. What Difference Does It Make?
8. Miserable Lie
9. This Charming Man
10. Back To The Old House
11. Reel Around The Fountain
12. Handsome Devil
13. Accept Yourself
14. This Charming Man (again)

The Old Grey Whistle Test

Derby, England
December 7, 1983
Source: Audience
Grade: C

1. Handsome Devil
2. Still Ill
3. This Charming Man
4. Pretty Girls Make Graves
5. Reel Around The Fountain
6. What Difference Does It Make?
7. Miserable Lie
8. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
9. You've Got Everything Now
10. These Things Take Time
11. Hand In Glove

Hammersmith Palais

London, England March 12, 1984
Source: Audience
Grade: B

Note

This show is notable for the appearance of Sandie Shaw doing lead vocals on I Don't Owe You Anything.

1. Miserable Lie
2. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
3. This Charming Man
4. Girl Afraid
5. Pretty Girls Make Graves
6. Still Ill
7. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
8. Barbarism Begins At Home
9. Back To The Old House
10. What Difference Does It Make?
11. I Don't Owe You Anything
12. Reel Around The Fountain
13. Hand in Glove
14. You've Got Everything Now
15. Handsome Devil
16. These Things Take Time

Meervart, Amsterdam

April 21, 1984
Source: Soundboard/radio broadcast
Grade: B (vocals are a bit low in the mix)

1. Hand In Glove
2. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
3. Girl Afraid
4. This Charming Man
5. Pretty Girls Make Graves
6. Still Ill
7. Barbarism Begins At Home
8. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
9. Miserable Lie
10. You've Got Everything Now
11. Handsome Devil
12. What Difference Does It Make?
13. These Things Take Time
14. This Charming Man

El Dorado Club

Paris, France
May 9, 1984
Source: Audience
Grade: B

1. Hand In Glove
2. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
3. Girl Afraid
4. This Charming Man
5. Barbarism Begins At Home
6. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
7. Still Ill
8. You've Got Everything Now
9. Handsome Devil
10. Miserable Lie
11. These Things Take Time
12. What Difference Does It Make?
13. Barbarism Begins At Home (again)

Provinssirock Festival

Seinajoki, Tornavansaari, Finland
June 3, 1984
Source: Audience
Grade: C

Note

This performance, as well of that of the one which follows it in this list, captures the slightly different early arrangement of Nowhere Fast, featuring a minor breakdown during the "such a sad sound/sad thing" section of the chorus.

1. Hand In Glove
2. Nowhere Fast
3. William, It Was Really Nothing
4. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
5. This Charming Man
6. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
7. Still Ill
8. I Don't Owe You Anything
9. Barbarism Begins At Home
10. Miserable Lie
11. You've Got Everything Now
12. Handsome Devil
13. Jeane
14. What Difference Does It Make?
15. These Things Take Time

Market Hall, Carlisle

June 12, 1984
Source: Audience
Grade: D

1. Nowhere Fast
2. Girl Afraid
3. Handsome Devil
4. This Charming Man
5. William, It Was Really Nothing
6. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
7. Still Ill
8. I Don't Owe You Anything
9. Jeane
10. Barbarism Begins At Home
11. Hand In Glove
12. What Difference Does It Make?
13. You've Got Everything Now
14. Pretty Girls Make Graves
15. Miserable Lie
16. These Things Take Time


Glasgow Barrowlands

Glasgow, Scotland
September 25, 1985
Source: Audience
Grade: B

Note

This is the show from which the James cover was pulled to be used as a B-side on the posthumous WEA single release of "Sweet And Tender Hooligan".

1. Shakespeare's Sister
2. I Want The One I Can't Have
3. What She Said
4. What's The World
5. Nowhere Fast
6. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
7. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
8. Bigmouth Strikes Again
9. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
10. Stretch Out And Wait
11. Still Ill
12. Rusholme Ruffians
13. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
14. Meat Is Murder
15. This Charming Man
16. Hand In Glove
17. William, It Was Really Nothing
18. Miserable Lie

Manchester Palace

Manchester, England
March 31, 1985
Source: Audience
Grade: C

01. What She Said
02. Hand In Glove
03. How Soon Is Now?
04. Stretch Out And Wait
05. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
06. Shakespeare's Sister
07. Rusholme Ruffians
08. The Headmaster Ritual
09. Still Ill
10. Meat is Murder
11. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
12. Handsome Devil
13. Miserable Lie
14. You've Got Everything Now

Beacon Theater

New York City, New York
1985
Source: Audience
Grade: 'C'

Note

This concert is notable for a 12-minute plus rendition of Barbarism Begins At Home.

1. Meat Is Murder 6:54
2. The Headmaster Ritual 4:34
3. Reel Around The Fountain 5:45
4. Shakespeare's Sister 2:16
5. Nowhere Fast 2:36
6. I Want The One I Can't Have 3:32
7. This Charming Man 3:06
8. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore 4:30
9. Stretch Out And Wait 3:15
10. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now 3:19
11. What She Said 2:55
12. Still Ill 4:20
13. How Soon Is Now? 5:15
14. William, It Was Really Nothing
15. Hand In Glove
16. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want
17. Rusholme Ruffians
18. Miserable Lie
19. Jeane
20. Barbarism Begins At Home


Oxford Apollo

Oxford, England
March 18, 1985
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

This is the bootleg commonly known as "Same Day Again." While this recording is soundboard-derived, a good quality audience recording also exist of the same show, with several songs played at this concert that were edited out for the FM broadcast from which this version originated. The songs missing from the FM broadcast are I Want the One I Can't Have, Rusholme Ruffians, and Handsome Devil. Additionally, the FM version edits out approximately one minute from How Soon Is Now.

01. William, It Was Really Nothing
02. Nowhere Fast
03. What She Said
04. Hand In Glove
05. How Soon Is Now
06. Stretch Out and Wait
07. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
08. Shakespeare's Sister
09. The Headmaster Ritual
10. Still Ill
11. Meat Is Murder
12. Miserable Lie
13. Barbarism Begins At Home
14. You've Got Everything Now


Kilburn National Ballroom

London, England
October 23rd, 1986
Source: Audience
Grade: B

Note

This is the concert from which the offical live LP, Rank, was assembled. Being mixing desk-sourced and mastered for catalog-album inclusion, obviously the official versio nhas the edge where sound is concerened. Nonetheless this audience recording is very listenable, and -unlike its official incarnation- includes the entire, unedited setlist as played.

1. Intro
2. The Queen Is Dead
3. Panic
4. I Want The One I Can't Have
5. Vicar In A Tutu
6. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
7. Ask
8. (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame/Rusholme Ruffians
9. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
10. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
11. What She Said (with Rubber Ring intro and outro)
12. Is It Really So Strange?
13. Never Had No One Ever
14. Cemetry Gates
15. London
16. Meat Is Murder
17. I Know It's Over
18. The Draize Train
19. How Soon Is Now?
20. Still Ill
21. Bigmouth Strikes Again


Kilburn National Ballroom

London, England
October 23rd, 1986
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

This is the "Rank" show as described above, however this version -though soundboard sourced rather than recorded by an audience member- differs significantly both from the above bootleg and the official live release. Utilized for FM radio broadcast, this version has excellent sound and also features three tracks not included on Rank (it should be noted, however, that this version also excludes two songs that are on Rank.)

1. The Queen Is Dead
2. Panic
3. Vicar In A Tutu
4. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
5. Ask
6. Rusholme Ruffians / (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
7. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
8. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
9. What She Said (with Rubber Ring intro)
10. Cemetry Gates
11. London
12. I Know It's Over
13. The Draize Train
14. How Soon Is Now?
15. Bigmouth Strikes Again

Irvine Medows Amphitheater

Laguna Hills, California
August 8 1986
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

Known commonly as "Thank Your Lucky Stars," this is arguably the finest Smiths bootleg in existence. Besides its superiority of sound, it boasts a stunningly unique arrangement of setlist opener Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want, as well as a live rendition of the instrumental b-side "Money Changes Everything." Furthermore, this is the show during which Morrissey lost his cool and interrupted "I Know It's Over" to scream and curse at the security guards for manhandling the audience.

1. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
2. Still Ill
3. I Want The One I Can't Have
4. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
5. How Soon Is Now
6. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
7. Panic
8. Stretch Out And Wait
9. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
10. Is It Really So Strange?
11. Cemetry Gates
12. Never Had No One Ever
13. Rubber Ring/What She Said
14. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
15. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
16. The Queen Is Dead
17. Money Changes Everything
18. I Know It's Over

Wolverhampton Civic Hall

December 22, 1988
Source: Audience
Grade: D

Note

Obvious historic relevance is the main factor behind the acquisition of this bootleg. His "farewell" show to Smiths fans, this concert occurred roughly two years after the final Smiths gig and over two more years before the first show of the Kill Uncle tour. Despite the very poor sound quality, the show is not without its charm; Morrissey was in top form and the overwhelming exuberance from the audience was obviously feeding his fire. Of particular note is the line-up; 3/4ths of The Smiths plus former stand-in Smith Craig Gannon; additionally, Sweet and Tender Hooligan is played live for the first and only time.

Although this bootleg is audience-sourced, it clearly was recorded professioanlly as well; "Sister I'm a Poet" was included in the Hulmerist documentary and the audio is easily found in online rarities compilations. Furthermore, the aforementioned "Sweet and Tender Hooligan" was released in fully mastered mixing desk glory as a b-side to Interesting Drug.


Morrissey

Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium

April 30, 1991
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

While more complete versions of this concert exist as audience recordings, this soudboard-sourced FM broadcast is the most commonly found document of the show. For unknown reasons, the tracks were presented on air in a different order than that in which they were played.

1. Interesting Drug
2. Pregnant For The Last Time
3. Mute Witness
4. King Leer
5. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
6. Every Day Is Like Sunday
7. November Spawned a Monster
8. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
9. Will Never Marry
10. That's Entertainment
11. Sing Your Life
12. Our Frank
13. Asian Rut
14. Piccadilly Palare
15. Trash

Dallas, Texas

June 17 1991
Source:Soundboard
Grade: B

Note

This is an audio rip of the Live In Dallas officially released concert film.

1. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys 2. Interesting Drug 3. Piccadilly Palare 4. Trash 5. Sing Your Life 6. King Leer 7. Asian Rut 8. Mute Witness 9. November Spawned a Monster 10. Will Never Marry 11. Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together 12. There's a Place In Hell For Me And My Friends 13. That's Entertainment 14. Our Frank 15. Suedehead 16. Every Day Is Like Sunday

Utrecht, Holland

May 1, 1991
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

1. Mute Witness
2. Will Never Marry
3. Pregnant For The Last Time
4. Every Day Is Like Sunday
5. Cosmic Dancer
6. Disappointed
7. Our Frank
8. That's Entertainment
9. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
10. Piccadilly Palare
11. Sing Your Life
12. Asian Rut
13. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
14. November Spawned A Monster

Wembley Arena

London, England
July 20, 1991
Source: Audience
Grade: B

1. Interesting Drug
2. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
3. Piccadilly Palare
4. Trash
5. Sing Your Life
6. King Leer
7. Asian Rut
8. Pregnant For The Last Time
9. Mute Witness
10. Everyday Is Like Sunday
11. November Spawned A Monster
12. Will Never Marry
13. There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
14. That's Entertainment
15. Our Frank
16. Suedehead
17. Angel, Angel Down We Go Together
18. Yes, I Am Blind
19. Disappointed

Costa Mesa, California

June 1, 1991
Source; Soundboard
Grade: A

1. Interesting Drug
2. Mute Witness
3. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
4. November Spawned A Monster
5. Will Never Marry
6. Sing Your Life
7. Asian Rut
8. Our Frank
9. King Leer
10. Everyday Is Like Sunday
11. (I'm) The End Of The Family Line
12. There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
13. Piccadilly Palare
14. Trash
15. Suedehead
16. That's Entertainment
17. Cosmic Dancer
18. Disappointed

Hammersmith Odeon

London, England
October 4, 1991
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

An excellent show; the best bootleg of this is concert known widely as "Home Is Where The Heart Is."

1. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
2. Sister I'm A Poet
3. November Spawned A Monster
4. Pregnant For The Last Time
5. Alsatian Cousin
6. Interesting Drug
7. Mute Witness
8. My Love Life
9. Piccadilly Palare
10. Driving Your Girlfriend Home
11. Everyday Is Like Sunday
12. Sing Your Life
13. The Loop
14. Suedehead
15. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
16. King Leer
17. Our Frank
18. Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
19. Asian Rut

Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, California

November 11, 1991

1. November Spawned a Monster
2. Alsatian Cousin
3. Our Frank
4. The Loop
5. King Leer
6. Sister I'm a Poet
7. Piccadilly Palare
8. Driving Your Girlfriend Home
9. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful (aborted)

Charlottesville, North Carolina*

1992
Source: Audience
Grade: C

Note

The last few tracks on the commonly circulated version of this show's boot are actually from different shows, and, though still audience-source, are of (arguably) slightly better quality. Notably, this bootleg contains a live rendition of Let The Right One Slip In.
Tracks 1-17: Recorded live at Charlottesville High School, Charlottesville, VA, November 20, 1992
Tracks 18-19: Recorded in Orlando, FL on Nov. 15, 1992, UCF Arena
Track 20: Recorded in New York City, NY on Nov. 25, 1992, Roseland

1. Interesting Drug
2. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
3. Sister I'm A Poet
4. Certain People I Know
5. November Spawned A Monster
6. You're The One For Me, Fatty
7. The Loop
8. He Knows I'd Love To See Him
9. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
10. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
11. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
12. Suedehead
13. Alsatian Cousin
14. We'll Let You Know
15. Glamorous Glue
16. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
17. National Front Disco
18. Jack The Ripper
19. Tomorrow
20. Let The Right One Slip In

Hollywood Bowl

Los Angeles, California
October 11, 1992
Source: Audience
Grade: C

1. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
2. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
3. Tomorrow
4. Glamorous Glue
5. Suedehead
6. He Knows I'd Love To See Him
7. We'll Let You Know
8. You're The One For Me, Fatty
9. The Loop
10. Certain People I Know
11. Sister, I'm A Poet
12. Alsatian Cousin
13. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
14. Girl Least Likely To
15. Everyday Is Like Sunday
16. Seasick, Yet Still Docked
17. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
18. November Spawned A Monster


C.U.Fieldhouse

Boulder, Colorado
October 1, 1992
Source: Soundboard
Grade: B

Note

This bootleg is notable for a very good quality document of the medley between Such A Little Thing Makes Such a Big Difference and Suede's My Insatiable One.

1. Girl Least Likely To
2. November Spawned A Monster
3. Certain People I Know
4. Sister, I'm A Poet
5. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
6. My Insatiable One
7. Tomorrow
8. We'll Let You Know
9. Suedehead
10. He Knows I'd Love To See Him
11. You're The One For Me, Fatty
12. Seasick, Yet Still Docked
13. Alsatian Cousin
14. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
15. Everyday Is Like Sunday
16. The National Front Disco



M.E.N. Arena

Manchester, England
May 22, 2004
Source: Soundboard/DVD audio rip
Grade: A


01. First of the Gang to Die
02. Hairdresser on Fire
03. Irish Blood, English Heart
04. The Headmaster Ritual
05. Subway Train (into) Everyday Is Like Sunday
06. I Have Forgiven Jesus
07. I Know it's Gonna Happen Someday
08. How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
09. Rubber Ring
10. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
11. Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice
12. The World Is Full of Crashing Bores
13. Let Me Kiss You
14. No One Can Hold A Candle To You
15. Jack The Ripper
16. A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours
17. I'm Not Sorry
18. Shoplifters Of The World Unite
19. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out


Dublin Castle

Dublin, Ireland
Heineken Green Energy Festival
June 5, 2004
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

Aside from being a phenomenal bootleg in its own right. this concert is notable for being the last time Alain Whyte shared a stage with Morrissey. It is also the show where morrissey made his infamous "Ronald Regan died today; it should have been Bush" remark.

Additionally, some versions of this bootleg contain period-relevant BBC session appearances.


01. Irish Blood, English Heart
02. Subway Train/Everyday Is Like Sunday
03. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
04. I'm Not Sorry
05. How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
06. Let Me Kiss You
07. Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice
08. A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours
09. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
10. No One Can Hold A Candle To You
11.Shoplifters Of The World Unite
12. America Is Not The World
13. Rubber Ring
14. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out


Glastonbury Festival

June 27, 2004
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

01. Shakespeare's Sister
02. How Can Anybody Know
03. Let Me Kiss You
04. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
05. The Headmaster Ritual
06. First of the Gang to Die
07. The World is Full of Crashing Bores
08. No One Can Hold a Candle to You
09 Every Day is Like Sunday
10. Irish Blood, English Heart


Roskilde Festival

Roskilde, Denmark
July 3, 2004
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

This remarkable bootleg is one of the best of Morrissey's legacy and is available in two formats, both soundboard sourced: The complete show and the radio broadcast which leaves out several tracks. Tracks missing from the economy version are in parenthesis.

01. Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice
02. Shakespeare's Sister
03. How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
04. Let Me Kiss You
05. I Know it's Gonna Happen Someday
06.(The Headmaster Ritual]
07. (Such a Little Thing Makes Such a Big Difference)
08. (I Have Forgiven Jesus)
09. There is a Light that Never Goes Out
10. First of the Gang to Die
11. The World is Full of Crashing Bores
12. All the Lazy Dykes
13. No One Can Hold a Candle to You
14. Rubber Ring
15. Subway Train / Everyday is Like Sunday
16. I'm Not Sorry
17. Irish Blood, English Heart


Quart Festival

Kristiansand, Norway
July 5, 2004
Source: Soundboard
Grade: C (Overall very good sound but with high tape hiss)

01. Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice
02. Shakespeare's Sister
03. How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
04. Let Me Kiss You
05. The Headmaster Ritual
06. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
07. I Have Forgiven Jesus
08. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
09. First Of The Gang To Die
10. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
11. All The Lazy Dykes
12. No One Can Hold A Candle To You
13. Rubber Ring
14. Subway Train/Everyday Is Like Sunday

House of Blues

Chicago, Illinois
July 17, 2004
Source: Soundboard
Grade: B

01. Introduction
02. Shakespeare's Sister
03. How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel
04. Jack The Ripper
05. Rubber Ring
06. I'm Not Sorry
07. First Of The Gang To Die
08. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
09. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
10. I Have Forgiven Jesus
11. The Headmaster Ritual
12. Irish Blood, English Heart


Newcastle City Hall, UK

September 7, 2004
Source: Audience
Grade: C

01. How Soon Is Now
02. First of the Gang to Die
03. Don’t Make Fun of Daddy’s Voice
04. Shakespeare’s Sister
05. November Spawned A Monster
06. Munich Air Disaster 1958
07. Let Me Kiss You
08. Subway Train > Everyday Is Like Sunday
09. I Like You
10. Now My Heart is Full
11. You Know I Couldn’t Last
12. How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
13. Rubber Ring
14. I Have Forgotten Jesus
15. I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday
16. Irish Blood, English Heart
17. There is a Light That Never Goes Out


SUE 2 Festival

Santiago, Chile
November 4, 2004
Source: Soundboard
Grade: A

Note

Arguably the best bootleg of the Quarry tour, and certainly one of the best of Morrissey's career.

01. How Soon Is Now?
02. First Of The Gang To Die
03. November Spawned A Monster
04. I Like You
05. Bigmouth Strikes Again
06. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
07. Subway Train/Everyday Is Like Sunday
08. Let Me Kiss You
09. Shoplifters Of The World Unite
10. Irish Blood, English Heart
11. Now My Heart Is Full
12. Rubber Ring
13. The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get
14. Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
15. You Know I Couldn't Last
16. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

Universal Amphitheater

Los Angeles, California
November 12, 2004
Source: Audience
Grade: C

Note

Though far from ideal sounding where sound quality is concered, this show is worth getting as it contains live performances of the seldom-played b-side The Never Played Symphonies and the VERY seldom played Quarry outtake I'm Playing Easy To Get.

01. How Soon Is Now?
02. First Of The Gang To Die
03. November Spawned A Monster
04. Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice
05. I Like You
06. Bigmouth Strikes Again
07. Let Me Kiss You
08. Munich Air Disaster 1958
09. Rubber Ring
10. Irish Blood, English Heart
11. I'm Playing Easy To Get
12. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
13. Now My Heart Is Full
14. The Never Played Symphonies
15. I Have Forgiven Jesus
16. Subway Train (into) Everyday Is Like Sunday
17 You Know I Couldn't Last
18. The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get
19. Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
20. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out