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Mudhoney Tourbook, 1992
Tourbook

2/28/92 RCKNDY. Seattle, WA
Supported By: Flop, The Gits
Notes: This show was a benefit for the Chicken Soup Brigade, a Northwest area nonprofit organization serving AIDS patients. Steve: "I remember this as a really fun night. And I love the Art Chantry design magic [of the poster]. I still have a poster."

3/5/92 (UCLA Campus). Los Angeles, CA (60 min)
Notes: The performance was for "Rock the Vote." The outdoor show started at noon, and kids would stumble upon the show, take a stage dive, and keep on going to class. This is he only show the band has ever done where all the guys were completely sober.

3/6/92 The Palace. Hollywood, CA (65 min)
Set: Who You Drivin' Now?, Get into Yours, You Got it, Living Wreck, If I Think, Into the Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Let it Slide, This Gift, Make it Now, No One Has, Good Enough, Touch Me I'm Sick, Dead Love
Encore: Thorn, Here Comes Sickness, In 'N' Out of Grace, Hate the Police, Flat Out Fucked, The Money Will Roll Right In
Notes: There are a decent number of Hollywood-types at this show - mainly young actors. Living Wreck and Make it Now are performed for the first known time. The guys started fooling around on their instruments after Here Comes Sickness, and Mark told the crowd that they were playing a song by Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. During the break in In 'N' Out of Grace, Mark addresses how there's a woman sitting on a man's shoudlers up front, and it's blocking people's view: "It's not an overwhelming problem, but it still is a problem: people sitting on other people's shoulders during a rock 'n' roll concert. I remember trying to see Aerosmith and fucking having to bob all over the place just to see the big old buldge in Steven Tyler's crotch...So if you could, just let everyone see. I know we're not the most beautiful band, but we're something." At this point, the woman and man have had enough of blocking people's view. After he finished with that, he went into a spiel on Scientology, talking about how all these bands from Seattle have become successful because of it: "We've bought into Scientology and we have a career. Nirvana bought into Scientology and they have a career. Pearl Jam... Soundgarden... Alice in Chains... The Fall-Outs? They haven't bought into shit and they don't have nothing. Gas Huffer? Half of them have bought into Scientology and half of them might have a career." At some point, Mark trades the shirt off his back for a kid in the crowd's Nirvana "Crack Smokin'..." shirt.

4/4/92 Sub Pop Ultra Lame Fest. The Paramount Theater. Seattle, WA
Supported By: Seaweed, The Supersuckers, Pond, Earth

4/16/92 Vera. Groningen, Netherlands
Attendance: 525

4/17/92 Tivoli. Utrecht, Netherlands
Attendance: 748
Supported By: Superchunk
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Who You Drivin' Now?, Living Wreck, Get into Yours, Into the Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Something So Clear, No One Has, Good Enough, Let it Slide, Make it Now, Touch Me I'm Sick, CHeck-out Time, Dead Love
Encore: This Gift, In 'N' Out of Grace, Hate the Police, Here Comes Sickness, The Money Will Roll...

4/18/92 De Effenaar. Eindhoven, Netherlands (65 min)
Attendance: 650
Supported By: Superchunk, Anti-Seen
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Who You Drivin' Now?, Living Wreck, Get into Yours, Into the Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Let it Slide, Flat Out Fucked, Good Enough, Make it Now, No One Has, Don't Fade IV, Dead Love
Encore: This Gift, (Dehumanized), Touch Me I'm Sick, In 'N' Out of Grace
Encore 2: Fix Me, Hate the Police
Notes: As they hit the stage and get ready to play, Mark thanks Anti-Seen for opening for them, and introduces Mudhoney as Bad Religion. Mark messes up the lyrics to Into the Drink coming out of the solo, singing "If I didn't do it..." twice. Mark introduces Touch Me I'm Sick as, "This is a song called Flat Motherfucker." The lyrics to In 'N' Out of Grace are changed slightly. As they come out for a second encore Matt quips, "This is taking away from smoking time."

4/??/92 (Dutch Radio Studio). The Netherlands
Set: Dehumanized/(Jam) (set possibly incomplete)
Notes: Mark, in March to Fuzz: "We were booked on a Dutch radio show shortly after the Monkeywrench record came out. The host, who apparently thought both bands were interchangeable, kept asking us to play, 'some blues.' To appease him, we played our version of the Void's Dehumanized, just like it is here except we tacked an eight minute 'blues jam' to the end of it." This probably took place right around the time of their 4/16-18/92 shows in The Netherlands (The first Monkeywrench record came out in January, 1992).

4/19/92 "Noise New Festival". Phillipshalle. Dusseldorf, Germany (65 min)
Supporting: Bad Religion
Supported By: Peter Murphy, Beasts of Burbon, Plan B, Asylym, Pink Turns Bleu, Sister Double Happiness, Amok Dread Attack
Set: Let it Slide, Touch Me I'm Sick, Make it Now, Good Enough, No One Has, Don't Fade IV, No End in Sight, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Who You Drivin' Now?, You Got it, Into the Drink, In 'N' Out of Grace, Hate the Police
Notes: No End in Sight is played for the first known time. At least part of this show was broadcast on German WDR radio. The festival itself is also called "WDR 1 Rocknacht." Gary Floyd of the Dicks and Sister Double Happiness in the Austin Chronicle:

Seeing as he all but snubbed Mudhoney's Mark Arm when the singer approached him backstage at a huge European festival and asked him to join the Seattle garage band for the song, Floyd (who blames the incident on jet lag) was only mildly surprised to find himself slagged in Flipside over the failed summit. "They said, 'Yeah, we asked that fucking asshole Gary Floyd to sing it with us one time, and I don't know if he had a big head or what, but he said no, he didn't want to,'" relates Floyd.
Floyd later sang 'Hate the Police' with Mudhoney on 12/12/98.

4/21/92 The Loft. Berlin, Germany
Attendance: 825
Supported By: Superchunk

4/22/92 KB. Malmo, Sweden
Attendance: 200
Supported By: (one band)

4/23/92 Alaska. Oslo, Norway
Supported By: The O-Men, (one other)

4/24/92 Domino. Stockholm, Sweden
Attendance: 580

4/25/92 Den Gra Hallen. Copenhagen, Denmark
Supporting: My Bloody Valentine
Supported By: Boghandle
Set: Into The Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Good Enough, Make It Now, Let It Slide, No End In Sight, Touch Me I'm Sick, Dead Love (set possibly incomplete)
Notes: This show takes place in the Cristiania section of Copenhagen, which is "run" by anarchists. Before 'Touch Me I'm Sick,' Mark says "I hope you're all fans of Three Dog Night, because we're about to do a Three Dog Night song." This show was broadcast on both Swedish P3 radio. Steve: "The first time we played in Denmark, I think was with My Bloody Valentine in 1992. It was actually also at Christiania, but at another venue - in a big hall of a species. It was quite massive and My Bloody Valentine played so high that I had to go outside. And I stood outside and still had to use earplugs, so loud it was." Mark: "I remember we were hanging out with them in the hotel room. We and My Bloody Valentine lived in each of our rooms next to each other, and our then manager crawled from one room to another on the outside of the building to get hold of us."

4/27/92 Lepakko. Helsinki, Finland (75 min)
Attendance: 380
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Who You Drivin' Now?, Living Wreck, Get into Yours, Into the Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Good Enough, Touch Me I'm Sick, Let it Slide, This Gift, Don't Fade IV, No End in Sight, Dead Love
Encore: Here Comes Sickness, In 'N' Out of Grace, You Stupid Asshole, Hate the Police, (Jam)

4/28/92 Modernes. Bremen, Germany
Attendance: 1,031
Supporting: Therapy?
Supported By: Superchunk

4/29/92 Markthalle. Hamburg, Germany (65 min)
Attendance: 957
Supporting: Therapy?
Supported By: Superchunk
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Who You Drivin' Now?, Living Wreck, Get into Yours, Into the Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Good Enough, No One Has, (Floyd the Barber), Make it Now, Touch Me I'm Sick, Let it Slide, Something so Clear, Dead Love
Encore: This Gift, In 'N' Out of Grace, Hate the Police, (Jam)
Notes: Steve introduced Make it Now with, "this is kind of a new song. This song came about when me and Matt decided to write a song, and then Mark and Matt teamed up and it became a new song." Mark added, "that's the cool thing about being in a group," to which Steve said, "one plus two plus three plus four." Mark corrected him: "no, one plus ONE plus one plus one." Matt introduces Touch Me I'm Sick by saying "Here's a song Steve wrote about butt-fucking his brother." Then Steve says, "but I wrote it with Mark, damn it. Matt was watching from the other room, all frustrated. Finally, Mark interjects and says "Here we are, talking, and you understand what we're saying. We're like one big family. I mean, we're Mudhoney, you're Mudhoney, we're a part of you, and you're a part of us. It's so great. I want to come home with you and meet your parents. I want to play this little number for you because I know your parents will understand, and your parents will love us." Then Steve says "My parents love us" and they play the song. During the jam, Dan handles the vocals and says "pussy" over and over. This is the first known time this recurring jam has been performed.

4/30/92 PC 69 Bielefeld, Germany
Attendance: 756
Supported By: Superchunk

5/1/92 Rochushalle. Hanau, Germany
Attendance: 743
Supported By: Superchunk

5/2/92 Komm. Nurnberg, Germany
Attendance: 650
Supported By: Superchunk

5/3/92 Theaterfabrik. Munchen, Germany
Attendance: 879
Supported By: Beasts of Burbon, Superchunk

5/5/92 Szene. Wien, Austria
Attendance: 673
Supported By: Superchunk

5/6/92 Teatro. Graz, Austria
Attendance: 360
Supported By: Superchunk
Notes: The band was relaxed and in a good mood, making jokes throughout the night. During the set, Matt saw a guy in the audince getting ready to take a photo of him, and began posing. The guy couldn't get his flash working, and Matt kept posing, while the other guys waited for him so that they could begin the next song. Finally, the guy gave up trying to take a photo, and they went into the next song.

5/7/92 Longhorn. Stuttgart, Germany
Attendance: 555
Supported By: Superchunk

5/8/92 Frison. Fribourg, Switzerland
Attendance: 620
Supported By: Superchunk

5/9/92 Kriptonik. Bologna, Italy
Attendance: 850
Supported By: Superchunk

5/11/92 Palladium. Rome, Italy
Attendance: 750
Supported By: Superchunk
Set: Into the drink, You Got it, Get into Yours, If I Think, Living Wreck, Who You Drivin' Now?, Make it Now, No One Has (set incomplete)

5/12/92 Rolling Stone. Milan, Italy
Attendance: 750
Supported By: Superchunk

5/13/92 Le Transbordeur. Lyon, France (50 min)
Attendance: 722
Supporting: Les Thugs
Supported By: Superchunk

5/14/92 Zeleste II. Barcelona, Spain
Attendance: 550
Supported By: Interstellar Villians
Notes: Mudhoney didn't hit the stage until 2:30am. Before the show was a "Cure disco," where 200 guys dressed up like Robert Smith sat around and listened to Cure songs for hours.

5/15/92 Revolver. Madrid, Spain
Attendance: 740
Supported By: Interstellar Villians

5/16/92 Txitxarro. Irziar-Deba, Spain
Attendance: 400
Supported By: Interstellar Villians
Notes: Mudhoney started performing at 1:00am. The stage looked into two rooms. Steve stood on stage in one room, Matt stood on stage in the other, and Mark and Dan stood where a portion of the wall was removed to accomodate the stage. The sound in each room was radically different.

5/17/92 Theatre Barbey. Bordeaux, France
Attendance: 650
Supported By: Deity Guns

5/19/92 Paradiso. Amsterdam, Holland
Attendance: 572

8/8/92 "Endfest". Kitsap County Fairgrounds. Bremerton, WA
Attendance: 20,000
Also on Bill: Sonic Youth, The Beastie Boys, The Posies, L7, Sarah McLaughlin, Charlatans UK
Set: This Gift (Set Incomplete)
Notes: This version of This Gift was released on a benefit compilation by the radio station that put on the festival, 107.7 KNDD "The End" Seattle. Footage from this festival was broadcast on ABC's "ABC In Concert" television show, and simulcast on ABC radio stations.

8/22/92 Portland Meadows. Portland, OR (CANCELLED)
Supporting: Nirvana
Supported By: Poison Idea, Calamity Jane
Notes: This show was cancelled after Kurt Cobain's daughter was born on 8/18/92, and rescheduled for 9/10/92. Mudhoney didn't play the rescheduled show, and were replaced on the bill by Helmet.

8/27/92 Luxor. Koln, Germany

8/30/92 "Reading Festival". Berkshire, England (60 min)
Supporting: Nirvana, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Supported By: L7, Teenage Fan Club, The Beastie Boys, Bjorn Again, Pavement, The Melvins, Screaming Trees Set: Who You Drivin' Now?, You Got it, Get into Yours, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Into the Drink, This Gift, Suck You Dry, If I Think, Let it Slide, Touch Me I'm Sick, Good Enough, Make it Now, No One Has, No End in Sight, Dead Love, Hate the Police
Notes: Mudhoney plays the main stage on the third day of this three-day festival. Suck You Dry is performed for the first known time. It was raining quite heavily through out the festival, and the audience begins throwing mud on the stage. The band suprises everyone by throwing it back right before they launch into Touch Me I'm Sick. At one point, Mark tells the audience that they can't aim. Immediately after that he catches a mudball in the face. The rain eases up a bit during the course of their set, but then starts dumping when they finish. The band laughs on their way to their warm, dry trailer, thought they are covered in mud by this point. During their set, L7 did their part to dissuade mudball's when their drummer took the tampon that she was using and threw it out at the crowd.

9/21/92 Red Rocks. Morrison, CO
Supporting: Primus, Sonic Youth
Supported By: Pavement

9/25/92 Del Mar Fairgrounds. Del Mar, CA
Supporting: Sonic Youth
Supported By: Pavement

9/26/92 Castiac Lake Natural Ampitheatre. Valencia, CA (60 min)
Supporting: Sonic Youth, Kurt Cobain (unbilled)
Supported By: Pavement
Set: Hate the Police, Suck You Day, Who You Drivin' Now?, If I Think, You Got it, Blinding Sun, Good Enough, Make it Now, No One Has, No End in Sight, Dead Love
Encore: The Money will Roll Right in (w/Kurt Cobain)
Notes: Blinding Sun is performed for the first known time. During Dead Love, Mark goes out into the crowd, and Matt picks up his guitar and tries to finish the song. Before The Money Will Roll Right in, Steve shows Kurt how to play the song. The crowd moving about kicks up a dust cloud so bad that Mark ends up coughing up black matter.

9/27/92 "Rock for Choice Benefit". Palladium. Hollywood, CA
Supporting: Red Hot Chili Peppers, L7 with Joan Jett
Supported By: The Fluid, Exene Cervenka, Hammerbox, Courtney Love
Set: Over the Top (Set Incomplete)
Notes: With the release of Piece of Cake several weeks away, nearly every song was introduced with "here's a new one."

10/3/92 Carver Gymnasium. Bellingham, WA
Supported By: Nirvana, Medelicious, Saucer
Notes: Nirvana was the unannounced opener for this show. At the end of Nirvana's set, Matt brings two young kids onto stage. Krist Novoselic gives his bass to one and Matt and Kurt Cobain put Kurt's guitar around the other's neck. The crowd begins yelling, "smash it!" and the kid with the bass complies.

10/4/92 The Crocodile Cafe. Seattle, WA
Supported By: Nirvana
Set: Good Enough, Over the Top, Dead Love, The Money Will Roll... (w/Kurt Cobain), Fix Me (w/Kurt Cobain) (Set Incomplete)
Notes: Nirvana was also the unannounced opener for this show, billed as Pen Cap Chew. During Mudhoney's set, Kurt did a stage dive, and when he returned to the stage, Krist gave him a guitar and he proceeded to play punk covers with the band.

10/8/92 Octagon. Sheffield, England (65 min)
Supported By: Leatherface
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Suck You Dry, Who You Drivin' Now?, Blinding Sun, Into the Drink, Thirteenth Floor Opening, No One Has, Make it Now, Good Enough, Let it Slide, No End in Sight, Dead Love
Encore: I'm Spun, This Gift, Touch Me I'm Sick, Over the Top, The Money will Roll..., Hate the Police

10/9/92 Barrowlands. Glasgow, Scotland
Supported By: Leatherface, The Joyriders

10/11/92 Manchester Academy. Manchester, England
Supported By: Leatherface, Tumbleweed

10/12/92 Newcastle Polytechnic. Newcastle, England
Supported By: Leatherface, Tumbleweed
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Into the Drink, Blinding Sun, When Tomorrow Hits, Living Wreck, Make it Now, Good Enough, This Gift, Let it Slide, When in Rome, No End in Sight, Dead Love (encore possibly missing)
Notes: When in Rome is performed for the first known time.

10/14/92 Liverpool University. Liverpool, England
Supported By: Leatherface, Tumbleweed

10/15/92 Hummingbird. Birmingham, England
Supported By: Leatherface

10/16/92 Cardiff University. Cardiff, Wales
Supported By: Walt Mink, Tumbleweed
Set: Suck You Dry, Let it Slide (set incomplete and out of order)
Encore: This Gift, Touch Me I'm Sick, Over the Top
Notes: The main set focused on songs from Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge and Piece of Cake. Matt begins the encore by playing on his knees.

10/17/92 The Refrectory. University of Leeds. Leeds, England
Supported By: Walt Mink, Tumbleweed

10/19/92 Rock City. Nottingham, England
Supported By: Walt Mink

10/20/92 University. Bristol, England
Supported By: The Jesus Lizard

10/22/92 Kilburn National Ballroom. London, England
Supported By: Leatherface, Love Battery

10/27/92 The Trocadero. Philadelphia, PA
Supported By: Eugenius, The Celibate Rifles

10/29/92 "CMJ Festival". Roseland. New York, NY (55 min)
Supported By: The Flaming Lips, Eugenius, The Celibate Rifles
Set: If I Think, You Got It, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Into The Drink, Blinding Sun, Who You Drivin' Now?, When Tomorrow Hits, No One Has, Make It Now, This Gift, Let It Slide, When In Rome, Dead Love
Notes: There was no encore. Mudhoney might have played a show with Eugenius and The Celibate Rifles near Delaware around this show. Mudhoney booked several shows with The Celebate Rifles around this time.

10/31/92 City Gardens. Trenton, NJ
Supported By: Clawhammer

11/1/92 The Paradise. Boston, MA
Supported By: Eugenius, Clawhammer

11/2/92 Club Babyhead. Providence, RI
Supported By: Eugenius, Clawhammer
Set: Into the Drink, You Got it, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, This Gift, Who You Drivin' Now?, Blinding Sun, If I Think, Let it Slide, Good Enough, Make it Now, No One Has, When in Rome, No End in Sight, Dead Love
Encore: You Stupid Asshole, Over the Top, The Money will Roll..., Fix Me, Hate the Police

11/4/92 9:30 Club. Washington D.C.
Supported By: Eugenius, Clawhammer
Set: You Got it, No One Has, If I Think, This Gift, Running Loaded, Dead Love, Let it Slide, Into the Drink, Who You Drivin' Now?, No End in Sight, Make it Now, When in Rome, Suck You Dry, Blinding Sun, Thirteenth Floor Opening (set out of order)
Encore: Hate the Police, Over the Top (encore incomplete and out of order)
Notes: This show took place during the first week of November.

11/6/92 The Spectrum. Toronto, CA
Supported By: Eugenius, Clawhammer

11/7/92 Saint Andrew's Hall. Detroit, MI
Supported By: Eugenius, Clawhammer

11/8/92 The Metro. Chicago, IL
Supported By: Eugenius, Clockhammer

11/10/92 Hairy Mary's. Des Moines, IA
Supported By: Eugenius, Clockhammer

11/11/92 First Avenue. Minneapolis, MN (75 min)
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Into the Drink, Blinding Sun, Who You Drivin' Now?, When Tomorrow Hits, No End in Sight, Flat Out Fucked, No One Has, When in Rome, This Gift, Make it Now
Encore: Let it Slide, Dead Love, You Stupid Asshole, Over the top, The Money will Roll Right in, Hate the Police, Fix Me

11/??/92 Foufounes Electriques. Montreal, Canada

11/??/92 Marquette University Student Hall. Milwaukee, WI
Also on Bill: The Rev. Horton Heat
Notes: This show took place during the fall, and probably in early November.

11/27/92 RCKNDY. Portland, OR (70 min)
Supported By: Eugenius, Steel Wool
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Into the Drink, Blinding Sun, Who You Drivin' Now?, When Tomorrow Hits, Make it Now, Let it Slide, This Gift, When in Rome, No One Has, No End in Sight
Encore: Dead Love, Over the top, You Stupid Asshole, The Money will Roll Right in, Fix Me, Hate the Police
Notes: This show took place during a time when the Pine Street Theater was renamed RCKNDY (it was later called La Luna). Chris Novoselic (during a time when Krist was renamed Chris) drove down for this show, and got roaring drunk with Matt.

11/28/92 The Seattle Center Arena. Seattle, WA
Supported By: Eugenius, The Supersuckers

11/29/92 The Commodore Ballroom. Vancouver, Canada
Supported By: Eugenius, The Supersuckers
Set: Big Man on Cocaine (set incomplete)
Notes: During the 12/3/92 concert, Matt remarked of Big Man on Cocaine: "we did it in Vancouver better." The setlist is light on material from Superfuzz Bigmuff, including an omission of Touch Me I'm Sick, instead favoring the other releases equally. Eddie Vedder is in attendance.

12/1/92 EMU Ballroom. Eugene, OR
Supported By: The Supersuckers, Eugenius

12/3/92 Rough-Trade Records. San Francisco, CA
Notes: Mudhoney makes an in-store appearance in the afternoon before their show at The Warfield.

12/3/92 The Warfield Theater. San Francisco, CA (80 min)
Supported By: Eugenius, The Supersuckers
Set: If I Think, You Got it, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Into the Drink, Blinding Sun, Who You Drivin' Now?, When Tomorrow Hits, I'm Spun, No End in Sight, Let it Slide, This Gift, When in Rome, Make it Now, No One Has, Dead Love
Encore: Big Man on Cocaine, Over the Top, The Money Will Roll Right in, You Stupid Asshole, Fix Me, Hate the Police, (Jam)
Notes: I'm Spun is performed for the first known time. After This Gift, Steve and Dan fool around on a riff for a few seconds, prompting Steve to tell the crowd that they've just learned a new song, She's On it. Matt then goes, "we learned a song? I don't know it. How does it go?" When they come out after the encore break, Matt announces that they're going to play a song called Lukin on Cocaine. After thinking for a second, he renames it Big Man on Cocaine. During the song, Matt sings while Mark plays bass. When it finishes, he remarks, "we did it in Vancouver better."

12/4/92 The Palladium. Hollywood, CA
Supported By: Eugenius, The Supersuckers

12/5/92 Soma. San Diego, CA (65 min)
Set: If I Think, You Got It, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, Get Into Yours, Blinding Sun, Who You Drivin' Now?, When Tomorrow Hits, Make It Now, Let It Slide, Good Enough, When In Rome, This Gift, No End In Sight, Dead Love, Living Wreck (set incomplete)

12/6/92 Club Rio. Tempe, AZ

12/9/92 Assembly Hall. Tulsa, OK
Supported By: Eugenius, The Supersuckers
Set: (Smells Like Teen Spirit), If I Think, Into the Drink, Suck You Dry, Thirteenth Floor Opening, You Got it, Who You Drivin' Now?, Blinding Sun, When Tomorrow Hits, Living Wreck, Let It Slide, The Money Will Roll Right In, Make It Now, This Gift, When In Rome, No End In Sight, Dead Love
Encore: Over the Top, You Stupid Asshole, Fix Me, (Jam), Hate the Police
Notes: Mark opens with, "it sure is great to be gay and living in Tulsa." You Got it falls apart during the second verse, so Steve begins again, and they jump in right where they left off. The Money Will Roll Right in is performed much mellower than normal. When Tomorrow Hits is introduced by Mark with, "now we're going to play a real kick-ass rock 'n' roll song." Matt has bass troubles all night, and after No End in Sight is fooling around on his bass, trying to figure out what's wrong. Mark says, "great solo. Mr. light man, put a spotlight on Matt Lukin... Hey, Matt. Your amp is OK, it's your hearing that's going." Mark then begins to tells the crowd that Matt is gay. Matt says that he could be home playing Gameboy instead of dealing with this, and Mark jokes, "yeah, GameBOY," to which Matt says, "yeah, like I didn't see that one coming up Sixth Avenue." At that point, Dan plays the drum fill that's done after a cheesy joke. Mark goes, "I just flew in from Pheonix, and boy are my arms tired." Dan does the drum fill again, and goes straight into Dead Love.

12/10/92 Trees. Dallas, TX

12/11/92 Liberty Lunch. Austin, TX
Supported By: Eugenius, The Supersuckers

12/12/92 Vatican. Houston, TX

12/14/92 The Zoo. Fayetteville, AR (55 min)
Set: Blinding Sun, Who You Drivin' Now?, If I Think, Make It Now, Touch Me I'm Sick, Good Enough, Let It Slide, This Gift, No End In Sight, (Buttstain Jam), Dead Love, When Tomorrow Hits

12/15/92 The Bottleneck. Lawrence, KS

12/16/92 Mississippi Nights. St. Louis, MO
Supported By: The Supersuckers

12/17/92 Blue Note. Columbia, MO

12/18/92 The Ranch Bowl. Omaha, NE
Supported By: The Supersuckers