While there definitely appears to be less recordings available from the Temple of Low Men era than the others, the Frenz of the Enz fanclub did release two great live albums from the period.

Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! (recorded April 1989) was released in 1996, and State of Mind (recorded August 1988) was released in 1997, with both shows focusing on songs from their current album.

I have one complete show from the Tour of Low Men. It's from Santa Barbara, April 9, 1989:

  1. Mean to Me
  2. World Where You Live
  3. Mansion in the Slums
  4. Love You 'til the Day I Die
  5. Love This Life
  6. In the Lowlands
  7. Hole in the River
  8. Don't Dream It's Over
  9. Irish Heartbeat
  10. This Is Massive
  11. Something So Strong
  12. I Feel Possessed
  13. Message to My Girl
  14. Sister Madly/Still Emotional
  15. Better Be Home Soon
  16. When You Come
  17. Into Temptation

Wait, found a second one. Winnipeg, Canada, March 24, 1989:

  1. Mean To Me
  2. World Where You Live
  3. Mansion in the Slums
  4. Love You 'til the Day I Die
  5. Love This Life
  6. In the Lowlands
  7. Hole in the River
  8. Don't Dream It's Over
  9. I Feel Possessed
  10. Something So Strong
  11. When You Come
  12. This Is Massive
  13. Now We're Getting Somewhere
  14. Italian Plastic (yes, really)
  15. Better Be Home Soon
  16. Into Temptation

 

Those are pretty similar set lists. I bet it was the same for most of the North America tour. It's actually very similar to the setlist for the first album tour during which they played a lot of songs that would later be recorded for Temple of Low Men. It probably felt like they had been playing the same show for three years. No wonder they needed a break.

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