|Lineup||Corgan, Chamberlin, Sweeney, Pajo, Lenchantin|
|Order of Bands||Blackmail, Zwan|
|Equipment||DAC > battery box > att.(-20db) > MZ-R900|
|Lowest Circulating Generation||MD-M > FLAC|
|Live Music Archive||16-bit download|
|Notes||8 meters from right stack. Static at 3:51 in Desire. Circulating version has the first 30 seconds of Honestly patched with another source.|
|Equipment||ECM-DS70p > MD-MT200(LP2)|
- Mary Star of the Sea
- Declarations of Faith
- El Sol
- For Your Love
- Endless Summer
- Jesus, I [Lyte]
- God's Gonna Set This World on Fire
- Baby, Let's Rock
- Settle Down
- Love Lies in Ruin
- Of a Broken Heart
- Danke Schoen [Schwabach/Gabler/Kaempfert] (tease)
- Spilled Milk
- (unknown) (tease)
Mary Star of the Sea
(BC after lyrics, before coda: Good evening. We are Zwan.)
Declarations of Faith
For Your Love
BC: Thank you very much. How’s everybody doing tonight, you alright? Woooo. We had lots of good schnitzel before we came to play.
(BC over very end: To the endless summer!)
> God’s Gonna Set This World on Fire
BC: Thank you very much. Like to introduce to you the members of Zwan. On the geetar, Mr. David Pajo. Little Jap-o! Careful what you say, heh. On the geetar, Mr. Matthew David Anderson Sweeney. On the bass and the violin, Paz Lenchantin. And on the mighty drums, the mighty Jimmy Chamberlin.
> Baby, Let’s Rock!
BC: Okay! That’s the end of the concert, thank you. That’s a stupid American joke. ... This is a song called Desire.
> Settle Down
BC: Thank you very much, thank you. I don’t speak any German so I’m going to speak English now, I apologize for those of you who do not understand me but then again if you don’t speak English, you don’t understand what I’m saying. Well, my apology is no good. Heh. Very happy to be in Dresden for the first time, thank you very much. We got a chance to spend two days here in Dresden, such a beautiful city, so we’re very happy to be here. And uh, we weren’t gonna play this song but it’s a song from our other band, our Djali Zwan band, it’s called Love Lies in Ruin. And uh, I recently lost a friend of mine, she was a Polish girl. Well, I think she was born in America but she was Polish but, so being close to Poland made me think of her today, so I’d like to send this song out to her somewhere up there. This is called Love Lies in Ruin.
Love Lies in Ruin
BC: Thank you.
Of a Broken Heart
BC: God bless you, thank you.
Danke Schoen (tease - Billy sings first two lines)
BC: (to tune of Danke Schoen) Thank you for the schnitzel, danke schoen. Thank you for....heh heh heh heh. So before we play our last song, hope you had a nice time, hope to see you again.