24 July 1991
Empire, Liverpool

November Spawned A Monster
Interesting Drug
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Sing Your Life
King Leer
Pregnant For The Last Time
Piccadilly Palare
Mute Witness
Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
Everyday Is Like Sunday
Yes I Am Blind
That's Entertainment
There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
Our Frank
Asian Rut
/Cosmic Dancer
Liverpool wasn't the highlight of the Kill Uncle tour, but this was still a good show. Morrissey was overall not very talkative. There was a huge pit between the stage and the crowd, making contact impossible between idol and fans. A signed tambourine was sent by Morrissey into the crowd at some point into the show.

Following "King Leer" the crowd broke into a chant of Morrissey's name. It was interrupted by Morrissey when he asked someone "What? Are you German? Are you German?". He then introduced his newest single "Pregnant For The Last Time" with the words: "We wouldn't be surprised if you haven't noticed but we've just released a single and, well (crowd cheers)..." This would turn out to be Morrissey's only banter of the evening, bar the occasional "thank you".

"Alsatian Cousin" and "The Loop" were heard being rehearsed during soundcheck. They had both been performed once each on the earlier American leg of the tour and were about to be re-introduced into the set on this leg.


Two different audience recordings of the complete concert have made it onto bootlegs. The best of the two sounds average at best and is credited to BigBopper. The other one sounds poorly and is not credited to anyone. There are at least two versions of the BigBopper recording in circulation. The version lifted straight from the master was left untouched so its volume is significantly lower than the inferior but louder transfer that is more commonly found.


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