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===Beacon Theater===
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New York City, New York <br>
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1985<br>
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Source: Audience<br>
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Grade: ''''''C''''''<br>
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====Note====
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This concert is notable for a 12-minute plus rendition of Barbarism Begins At Home.
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:1. Meat Is Murder 6:54
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:2. The Headmaster Ritual 4:34
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:3. Reel Around The Fountain 5:45
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:4. Shakespeare's Sister 2:16
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:5. Nowhere Fast 2:36
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:6. I Want The One I Can't Have 3:32
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:7. This Charming Man 3:06
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:8. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore 4:30
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:9. Stretch Out And Wait 3:15
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:10. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now 3:19
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:11. What She Said 2:55
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:12. Still Ill 4:20
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:13. How Soon Is Now? 5:15
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:14. William, It Was Really Nothing
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:15. Hand In Glove 
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:16. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want 
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:17. Rusholme Ruffians 
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:18. Miserable Lie 
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:19. Jeane 
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:20. Barbarism Begins At Home
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===Oxford Apollo===
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Oxford, England<br>
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March 18, 1985<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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:01. William, It Was Really Nothing
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:02. Nowhere Fast
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:03. What She Said
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:04. Hand In Glove
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:05. How Soon Is Now
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:06. Stretch Out and Wait
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:07. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
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:08. Shakespeare's Sister
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:09. The Headmaster Ritual
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:10. Still Ill
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:11. Meat Is Murder
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:12. Miserable Lie
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:13. Barbarism Begins At Home
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:14. You've Got Everything Now
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===Kilburn National Ballroom===
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London, England<br>
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October 23rd, 1986<br>
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Source: Audience<br>
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Grade: '''B'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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:1. Intro
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:2. The Queen Is Dead
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:3. Panic
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:4. I Want The One I Can't Have
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:5. Vicar In A Tutu
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:6. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
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:7. Ask
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:8. (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame/Rusholme Ruffians
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:9. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
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:10. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
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:11. What She Said (with Rubber Ring intro and outro)
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:12. Is It Really So Strange?
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:13. Never Had No One Ever
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:14. Cemetry Gates
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:15. London
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:16. Meat Is Murder
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:17. I Know It's Over
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:18. The Draize Train
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:19. How Soon Is Now?
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:20. Still Ill
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:21. Bigmouth Strikes Again
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===Kilburn National Ballroom===
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London, England<br>
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October 23rd, 1986<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.)
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:1. The Queen Is Dead
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:2. Panic
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:3. Vicar In A Tutu
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:4. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
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:5. Ask
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:6. Rusholme Ruffians / (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
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:7. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
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:8. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
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:9. What She Said (with Rubber Ring intro)
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:10. Cemetry Gates
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:11. London
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:12. I Know It's Over
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:13. The Draize Train
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:14. How Soon Is Now?
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:15. Bigmouth Strikes Again
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===Irvine Medows Amphitheater===
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Laguna Hills, California<br>
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August 8 1986<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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:1. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
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:2. Still Ill
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:3. I Want The One I Can't Have
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:4. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
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:5. How Soon Is Now
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:6. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
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:7. Panic
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:8. Stretch Out And Wait
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:9. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
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:10. Is It Really So Strange?
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:11. Cemetry Gates
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:12. Never Had No One Ever
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:13. Rubber Ring/What She Said
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:14. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
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:15. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
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:16. The Queen Is Dead
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:17. Money Changes Everything
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:18. I Know It's Over
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===Wolverhampton Civic Hall===
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December 22, 1988<br>
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Source: Audience<br>
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Grade: '''D'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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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.
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==Morrissey==
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===Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium===
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April 30, 1991<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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:1. Interesting Drug
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:2. Pregnant For The Last Time
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:3. Mute Witness
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:4. King Leer
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:5. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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:6. Every Day Is Like Sunday
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:7. November Spawned a Monster
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:8. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
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:9. Will Never Marry
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:10. That's Entertainment
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:11. Sing Your Life
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:12. Our Frank
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:13. Asian Rut
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:14. Piccadilly Palare
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:15. Trash
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===Dallas, Texas===
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June 17 1991<br>
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Source:Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''B'''<br>
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====Note====
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This is an audio rip of the Live In Dallas officially released concert film.
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1. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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2. Interesting Drug
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3. Piccadilly Palare
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4. Trash
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5. Sing Your Life
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6. King Leer
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7. Asian Rut
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8. Mute Witness
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9. November Spawned a Monster
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10. Will Never Marry
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11. Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
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12. There's a Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
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13. That's Entertainment
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14. Our Frank
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15. Suedehead
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16. Every Day Is Like Sunday
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===Utrecht, Holland===
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May 1, 1991<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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:1. Mute Witness
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:2. Will Never Marry
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:3. Pregnant For The Last Time
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:4. Every Day Is Like Sunday
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:5. Cosmic Dancer
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:6. Disappointed
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:7. Our Frank
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:8. That's Entertainment
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:9. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
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:10. Piccadilly Palare
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:11. Sing Your Life
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:12. Asian Rut
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:13. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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:14. November Spawned A Monster
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===Wembley Arena===
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London, England<br>
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July 20, 1991<br>
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Source: Audience<br>
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Grade: '''B'''<br>
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:1. Interesting Drug
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:2. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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:3. Piccadilly Palare
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:4. Trash
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:5. Sing Your Life
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:6. King Leer
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:7. Asian Rut
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:8. Pregnant For The Last Time
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:9. Mute Witness
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:10. Everyday Is Like Sunday
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:11. November Spawned A Monster
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:12. Will Never Marry
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:13. There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
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:14. That's Entertainment
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:15. Our Frank
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:16. Suedehead
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:17. Angel, Angel Down We Go Together
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:18. Yes, I Am Blind
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:19. Disappointed
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===Costa Mesa, California===
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June 1, 1991<br>
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Source; Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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:1. Interesting Drug
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:2. Mute Witness
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:3. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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:4. November Spawned A Monster
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:5. Will Never Marry
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:6. Sing Your Life
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:7. Asian Rut
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:8. Our Frank
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:9. King Leer
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:10. Everyday Is Like Sunday
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:11. (I'm) The End Of The Family Line
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:12. There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
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:13. Piccadilly Palare
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:14. Trash
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:15. Suedehead
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:16. That's Entertainment
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:17. Cosmic Dancer
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:18. Disappointed
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===Hammersmith Odeon===
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London, England<br>
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October 4, 1991<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''A'''<br>
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====Note====
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An excellent show; the best bootleg  of this is concert known widely as "Home Is Where The Heart Is."
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:1. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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:2. Sister I'm A Poet
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:3. November Spawned A Monster
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:4. Pregnant For The Last Time
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:5. Alsatian Cousin
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:6. Interesting Drug
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:7. Mute Witness
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:8. My Love Life
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:9. Piccadilly Palare
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:10. Driving Your Girlfriend Home
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:11. Everyday Is Like Sunday
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:12. Sing Your Life
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:13. The Loop
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:14. Suedehead
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:15. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
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:16. King Leer
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:17. Our Frank
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:18. Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
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:19. Asian Rut
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===Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, California===
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November 11, 1991<br>
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:1. November Spawned a Monster
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:2. Alsatian Cousin
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:3. Our Frank
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:4. The Loop
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:5. King Leer
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:6. Sister I'm a Poet
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:7. Piccadilly Palare
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:8. Driving Your Girlfriend Home
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:9. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful (aborted)
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===Charlottesville, North Carolina*===
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1992<br>
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Source: Audience<br>
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Grade: '''C'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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*Tracks 1-17: Recorded live at Charlottesville High School, Charlottesville, VA, November 20, 1992
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Tracks 18-19: Recorded in Orlando, FL on Nov. 15, 1992, UCF Arena
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Track 20: Recorded in New York City, NY on Nov. 25, 1992, Roseland
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:1. Interesting Drug
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:2. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
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:3. Sister I'm A Poet
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:4. Certain People I Know
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:5. November Spawned A Monster
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:6. You're The One For Me, Fatty
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:7. The Loop
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:8. He Knows I'd Love To See Him
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:9. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
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:10. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
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:11. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
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:12. Suedehead
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:13. Alsatian Cousin
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:14. We'll Let You Know
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:15. Glamorous Glue
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:16. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
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:17. National Front Disco
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:18. Jack The Ripper
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:19. Tomorrow
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:20. Let The Right One Slip In
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===Hollywood Bowl===
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Los Angeles, California<br>
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October 11, 1992<br>
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Source: Audience<br>
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Grade: '''C'''<br>
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:1. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
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:2. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
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:3. Tomorrow
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:4. Glamorous Glue
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:5. Suedehead
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:6. He Knows I'd Love To See Him
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:7. We'll Let You Know
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:8. You're The One For Me, Fatty
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:9. The Loop
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:10. Certain People I Know
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:11. Sister, I'm A Poet
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:12. Alsatian Cousin
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:13. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
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:14. Girl Least Likely To
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:15. Everyday Is Like Sunday
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:16. Seasick, Yet Still Docked
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:17. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
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:18. November Spawned A Monster
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===C.U.Fieldhouse===
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Boulder, Colorado<br>
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October 1, 1992<br>
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Source: Soundboard<br>
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Grade: '''B'''<br>
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====Note====
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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.
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:1. Girl Least Likely To
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:2. November Spawned A Monster
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:3. Certain People I Know
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:4. Sister, I'm A Poet
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:5. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
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:6. My Insatiable One
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:7. Tomorrow
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:8. We'll Let You Know
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:9. Suedehead
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:10. He Knows I'd Love To See Him
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:11. You're The One For Me, Fatty
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:12. Seasick, Yet Still Docked
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:13. Alsatian Cousin
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:14. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
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:15. Everyday Is Like Sunday
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:16. The National Front Disco

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