28 February 1985|
Civic Hall, Guildford
William, It Was Really NothingOlder tracks and occasional setlist fillers "You've Got Everything Now" and "Reel Around The Fountain" were dropped from the setlist.
In "Handsome Devil" Morrissey once again changed a line to "I know what teeth are for, and I'd like to help myself." After that song, the fourth on the bill, he finally greeted the audience: "Good evening trendsetters...". The band had just released their "Meat Is Murder" album, but already they were about to put out a non-album single, which Morrissey introduced with the words "This is our new single... and it's a kind little song called 'Shakespeare's Sister'." Older number "Hand In Glove" was introduced with "This is an old crusty little chestnut".
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