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Weezer concert: 10/21/1992

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Weezer concert: 10/21/1992
Weezer concert: 10/21/1992 cover
Flyer by Karl Koch
Venue English Acid
Location West Hollywood, CA
Date October 21, 1992
Other band(s) Black Market Flowers
Bootleg Partially recorded, not circulating
Weezer live show chronology
10/15/1992 - West Hollywood, CA
Club Dump
10/21/1992 - West Hollywood, CA 10/24/1992 - Fullerton, CA
Doll Hut

Weezer performed on a shared bill at English Acid in West Hollywood, CA on October 21, 1992. The line up also included Black Market Flowers. The concert features the last known performance of "The Answer Man."

Setlist

NOTE: The following setlist is incomplete and indefinitive (see Historic event).

No. Title
1. "My Name Is Jonas"    
2. "Paperface"    
3. "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"    
4. "The Answer Man"    

Historic event

See Historic event: 10/21/1992

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weezer show #28: English Acid, Hollywood. English Acid was a weekly club within a club, at 7969 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood that has since changed names and focus several times, in 2013 it is called "Voyeur" and doesn't feature rock n' roll. As English Acid, its reputation was a little seamier and weirder than the average rock club, with the decor on the 'burlesque' side. Also on the bill this night were Black Market Flowers and several other bands. The only note located about this show in Karls journal was that it was "Rad! Thunderous!" Possible/likely setlist (partial), known from an undated bootleg tape, that has been attributed to this date, but could possibly be from any of the band's 5 shows in October '92.


- Karl Koch

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