1 September 1991
Century Hall, Nagoya, Japan

Interesting Drug
Piccadilly Palare
Sister I'm A Poet
Mute Witness
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Alsatian Cousin
Asian Rut
The Loop
King Leer
November Spawned A Monster
Everyday Is Like Sunday
That's Entertainment
Will Never Marry
Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
Our Frank
/Sing Your Life
Security was even tighter at this show than on previous ones. Many barriers were put up to prevent fans from getting on stage, but many still managed to make it there. NME's Kevin Cummins was present, taking pictures of the fans. Some of these would appear the following October in a NME feature titled "Annoying Nagoya" and in 2002 in a Cummins photo collection titled "The Smiths And Beyond".

The highlight of the setlist was the tour debut of "Sister I'm A Poet". Before this, the song had only been performed once, in Wolverhampton in 1988. "There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends" returned to the setlist after a break of two shows. To make space for these, current single "Pregnant For The Last Time" and upcoming single b-side "I've Changed My Plea To Guilty" were dropped. Along with this, the setlist was also significantly resequenced.

Morrissey came back for the encore in a see-through blue shirt which he quickly tore off himself, buttons flying in all directions.


A reasonably good audience recording of the full concert is available from bootleg traders as well as on file sharing networks.


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