1983-11-11
Orange Pavilion, San Bernadino, CA.


01. Shout At The Devil
02. Bastard
03. Take Me To The Top
04. Ten Seconds To Love
05. Merry-Go-Round
06. Knock 'Em Dead, Kid
07. Live Wire
08. Too Young To Fall In Love
09. God Bless The Children Of The Beast
10. Red Hot
11. Mars Solo
12. Looks That Kill
13. Live Wire
14. Helter Skelter
15. Jailhouse Rock



Note:
First time Jailhouse Rock is played(?)

11/11/83
Mötley commences a 23 city Shout At The Devil headlining tour with a sell out show at the 600 capacity Orange Pavilion in San Bernadino. Axe from Florida and Heaven from Australia play as the support bands on the tour. The stage set represents a desolate debacle of civilisation, with a painted backdrop of a city skyline, based on the movie Escape From New York. Tommy's drum riser is constructed to look like rubble from an exploded freeway, while their amps are shaped with spikes. At the start of the Mötley show, one of the roadies enters the smoke filled stage with a horror mask and mimes to a tape of someone reciting the Edgar Allan Poe poem called The Conqueror Worm, where it says, "That Mötley drama - oh, be sure... it shall not be forgot." The video for Looks That Kill is aired for the first time and they fly between shows in Doc McGhee’s eight seat plane, with the plane nose diving to the ground after an electrical malfunction one flight. The only real damage sustained is the Crüe’s stage make up and cleansers that explode in their luggage.

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