The Point Depot; Dublin 24th November 1995

Sound Quality : Audience

Length : 59.44

01. Do Your Best And Don't Worry
02. Reader Meet Author
03. The Boy Racer
04. Nobody Loves Us
05. London
06. We'll Let You Know
07. Spring-Heeled Jim
08. Dagenham Dave
09. The Operation
10. Now My Heart Is Full
11. Speedway
12. The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils
13. The National Front Disco

This was an excellent show. The fact that this was the first non-seated concert of the tour might have helped establish a good atmosphere. Morrissey was in great spirits, but seemed to suffer from minor voice problems at times. He was playful, very theatrical and mimed lines, especially in "Nobody Loves Us". Security was relaxed so many fans managed to successfully make it on stage. Morrissey even helped and danced with a few of them. "London" replaced "Billy Budd" in the set list.

Morrissey kept pointing at the backdrop of Cornelius Carr during "The Boy Racer" (as a sidenote, Carr was fighting against a boxer named Collins the next night in Dublin and Morrissey attended that fight). The room was half-filled with David Bowie fans but the crowd still broke into chants of Morrissey's name after "Nobody Loves Us" and "London". Lighters were waved in the air during "We'll Let You Know". After the latter number Morrissey interrupted another chant of his name to ask "Could you... could you possibly...", but never managed to finish his question.

After "Spring-Heeled Jim" Morrissey answered yet another chant of his name with a repeated "Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!", delivered in a crescendo that sounded like he was having an orgasm. Then following "Now My Heart Is Full" he answered someone who was shouting his name with the question "Yeah? What's that? Is it me? (crowd: yes!) Are you sure? (crowd: yes!) No..." Before set closer "The National Front Disco" he said "Thank you for being so incredibly welcoming, it means a great deal and we hope we'll see you again soon..." At the end of the song he threw his sweat soaked shirt into the crowd.