On the day that Faith No More announced their return to the stage in the United States (at Coachella on 17 April), here’s a look back at their last American live appearance, which took place at the Moore Theatre, Seattle on 11 October 1997.

Thanks to the excellent Stefan Negele gig database, here’s the setlist:

Setlist (8:57-10:23):

  1. Midnight Cowboy*
  2. Collision
  3. Mid-Life Crisis
  4. Last Cup of Sorrow
  5. The Gentle Art of Making Enemies**
  6. Evidence
  7. Easy
  8. Introduce Yourself
  9. Ugly in the Morning**
  10. Mouth to Mouth
  11. Home Sick Home
  12. Ashes to Ashes
  13. King For a Day
  14. Pristina
  15. Epic
  16. Naked in Front of the Computer
  17. Just a Man
    Encore 1
  18. Land of Sunshine
  19. We Care a Lot
  20. I Started a Joke
    Encore 2
  21. “This Guy’s in Love with You” (Burt Bacharach)

Unfortunately I haven’t been able to track down any video from the show but here’s some details from Stefan’s site:
“Highlights were “MidLife Crisis” (after which Mike said “aren’t you Seattle folks sick of being called ‘grunge city’… you’re really Starbuck’s City!”…he said “thank you Starbucks” at the end of several tunes during the set)…a killer “Last Cup of Sorrow”…a great “Easy”->”Introduce Yourself” juxtaposition…an insane “Ugly in the Morning”… Roddy’s eastern keyboardisms during “Mouth to Mouth”… an epic “Ashes to Ashes”…and an emotional set-closing “Just a Man”. The first encore “Land of Sunshine” was worth the ticket price for me (I think they’ve only played it a couple times on the whole tour…) Mike didn’t sing the “does life seem worthwhile” chorus but instead ranted like a maniac. (As usual Mike was amazing, jumping, crouching, babbling, shrieking, blowing his voice out and acting like a total madman onstage). The Bee Gees cover “I Started a Joke” was sung in Anthony Newley-type tones. And the sold out crowd got the band back for a final cover, the Burt Bacharach cover “This Guy’s in Love with You”, on which Mike ended the tune again on melodica (giving the show a nice symmetry).”