28 November 1992|
Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA
You're The One For Me, FattyThis concert started a bit later than expected. Morrissey apparently arrived late for the show that would turn out to be the last of the American Your Arsenal tour. He and the band were starting to show signs of exhaustion. This might be the reason why the setlist was shortened again. From the previous date's setlist, "Girl Least Likely To" was dropped and the rest was slightly rearranged.
Many fans made it on stage. At the end of the show this caused Morrissey to lose one of his rings in the chaos. After it happened Morrissey left the stage and the band kept on playing for a short time. Then someone came out, announced that Morrissey had lost his ring and asked that if anyone had it, to please return it. Nobody spoke up and the concert was over.
After set opener "You're The One For Me, Fatty", Morrissey had a chat with someone in the front rows. "The National Front Disco" was played early in the set, as it had been for a few dates now, but it still ended in an extended chaotic jam of feedback just like it did when performed as set closer.
In "Glamorous Glue", Morrissey supposedly sang the "Everything of worth, on Earth, is there to share" bridge, something that he didn't usually do. Unlike the previous date, "Jack The Ripper" was slightly stretched at the end as had been previous set closers that year.
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