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Thank you so much for all of this info! I really appreciate it! :D Yes, the song where they sang their name is "Nevermind" from Freaky Styley! :P You're so lucky to have seen them live in those days, honestly! Thank you so much for replying! I will most certainly let you know if I have any more questions about this setlist! Cheers! :)

Sorry for the delay, allenz. I don't check in that often. I certainly cannot remember the full set list, and I admit to only having Mother's Milk, so I wasn't as familiar with the earlier material. However, I do recall they played Freaky Styley, Jungleman, and I believe Battleship. From Uplift, they played Fight Like a Brave, Special Secret Song Inside, No Chump Love, Me & My Friends. Then from MM, Good Time Boys, Higher Ground, Magic Johnson, Knock Me Down and Stone Cold Bush. Wasn't there a song where they actually sang their name? I think they sang that too. But the truly mindblowing thing was that when they came up for their encore, they invited their opening band back on stage to give them a round of applause; I think they said it was the last night they were playing together. That band was a duo, and I can't remember their name now (they were not that good). When they came on stage, Anthony and Flea tackled them and duct taped them to some chairs while they were kicking and trying to get away. While this was going on, John and Chad sang the Stooges' "Now I Wanna Be Your Dog," with John on vocals. It was bizarre and great. I just wish someone had caught it on video!

Hey there! I see that you were at this Red Hot Chili Peppers show in 1990! This setlist is empty, and I was wondering if you happened to remember any of the songs that the band played at this show? If so, please get back to me so I can fill the setlist out. Thank you! :)

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/red-hot-chili-peppers/1990/palace-performing-arts-center-new-haven-ct-7bda82cc.html

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