4 November 1992|
Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX
You're Gonna Need Someone On Your SideThis gig was a repeat of the 1991 one which can be purchased as the "Live In Dallas" official live video. The only difference was that in 1992 no one got on stage. The audience went really wild, they stood on their folding chairs (even though they were repeatedly told to get down) and pushed on the barrier keeping them away from the stage. The concert ended prematurely without any encore because said barrier collapsed.
The setlist was significantly resequenced. Part-timers "Tomorrow" and "Girl Least Likely To" returned, at the expense of part-timer "Everyday Is Like Sunday", and surprisingly, "November Spawned A Monster". "Jack The Ripper" and "The National Front Disco" were the two songs lost with the premature ending of the concert.
Entering stage, Morrissey greeted the crowd with "Hello lovers!". After "He Knows I'd Love To See Him", he tried to say something, but in true Morrissey fashion, he didn't finish what he meant to say. After "We'll Let You Know", he started "I'll just say that, it's very nice to be live in... in... in... in... in... in...", teasing the audience into shouting the name of the live video recorded the previous year in this very city. In "Suedehead", he changed "Oh so many illustrations" to "Oh so many blank pages", something he did often on the Kill Uncle tour, but not this one.
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