13 September 1992|
Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates (Chicago), IL
You're Gonna Need Someone On Your SideThis was another wild show, with many fans making it on stage. The concert was stopped briefly after "Girl Least Likely To" because the stage was flooded by fans. The setlist was slightly resequenced, with "The National Front Disco" moved to set closer position where it would stay for most of the upcoming tour. "Everyday Is Like Sunday" was added to the list, as an encore.
After "November Spawned A Monster", Morrissey asked "I'd just like to say that... you know... it's very nice to come up, but it'd be nice to sing as well". During "You're The One For Me, Fatty", Morrissey presented his foot to a fan who wanted to shake hands with him. He did this because he had the microphone in one hand and maracas in another. During the last song, "The National Front Disco", which ended in an extended jam of feedback and instrument destruction as it usually did when performed live, Spencer threw one of his drums in the audience! Luckily, nobody was injured.
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