NO: 10 JUL 1993 Bizarre Festival, Loreley St. Goreshausen




Ruined In A Day, Dream Attack, Round & Round, World, As It Is When It Was, Everyone Everywhere, True Faith, Regret, Bizarre Love Triangle, Temptation, Perfect Kiss, Fine Time

New Order were a late replacement for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.

Source is taken from what is referred to as the audience master. Said to be taped with a D6.

Ruined In A Day

BS: "This is Ruined In A Day"

(at end)

BS: "Woo! Thank you. Jacko, can't hear me vocals very well here on stage."

Dream Attack

Bernard strums a bit while they get ready.

PH: "Here we go! Some bands piss on the stage, we piss on the bands, let's go."

Feedback throughout the song.

BS: "Thank you."

Round And Round

PH: "Whoa(?), that's a good one."

Bernard says something at 1:39 which I can't quite make out.

PH: "Here we go."

BS: "Jacko, we're getting a lot of feedback on stage here, especially when I go into me monitors."


BS: "Thank you. This is a new song off our new album, Republic. It's called World."

Late vocal fade-up obscures first part of first line, but you can still hear it if you listen closely.

BS: "Thank you. What's this feedback, what's this feedback? Thanks a lot!"

Some strumming between songs.

As It Is When It Was

PH: "This is is for all the people who made it from England, God bless you!"

Everyone Everywhere

BS: "Eh, this is off our new album, is called Everyone Everywhere...can I have a drink of wine on stage please, guys?"

True Faith

BS: "All right, we're gonna warm you up a little bit now. This is True Faith."

Has the "taking drugs" bit, which is actually the true lyric it seems.


BS: "I'd like to dedicate this next song to Paul, who is our biggest fan in Germany, and [?] before we came on. So, hallo Paul.

BS: "Right...thought you should get the guit..."

Hooky's bass and guitar feedback.

BS: "Thank you."

Bizarre Love Triangle

BS: "Here we go."

(at end)

BS: "Thank you."

Edit can be heard between songs where the tape was flipped.


PH: "This is Temptation, and we all fall so easily for it."

At 4:35 he counts "1-2-3-4" in Kraftwerkian German.

My version has a couple minutes of applauding and stomping Krauts.

Fine Time

BS: "Thank you. As you would say, 'See you in five years!'.

Ends in Hooky bass solo, shorter than the one on the live version of this on Retro.

About thirty seconds of stomping and shouting, but the band wouldn't come back on to play "Blue Monday".  They soon realized they had no choice and would have to don the albatross for their Stateside appearances.


AUD #1 - MK (from Aachen) - D6(?)

AUD v2 - said to sound very similar (perspexorange)


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