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Here is Daryl Bamonte's entry for the famous Devotional Tour Diary, published in Bong magazine in 1994:
 
Here is Daryl Bamonte's entry for the famous Devotional Tour Diary, published in Bong magazine in 1994:
 
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''A security man walked onstage just before the encores with the biggest birthday cake I've ever seen. Of course, as I said in Rotterdam, Alan would have another birthday before this tour was out. A monster of confectionery and they STILL had trouble fitting all those candles on... (This year's party was a little better though...).''
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''A security man walked onstage just before the encores with the biggest birthday cake I've ever seen. Of course, as I said [[1993-06-01 Ahoy Stadium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands|in Rotterdam]], Alan would have another birthday before this tour was out. A monster of confectionery and they STILL had trouble fitting all those candles on... (This year's party was a little better though...).''
 
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Notes

Here is Daryl Bamonte's entry for the famous Devotional Tour Diary, published in Bong magazine in 1994:

A security man walked onstage just before the encores with the biggest birthday cake I've ever seen. Of course, as I said in Rotterdam, Alan would have another birthday before this tour was out. A monster of confectionery and they STILL had trouble fitting all those candles on... (This year's party was a little better though...).

From the September 1994 issue of British 'Select' magazine:

Back at the hotel in Houston, in the middle of one of [Primal] Scream's myriad midnight jamming marathons, Denis persuades Super Dave [Gahan] to get his [harmonica] out. Throb strums out the frayed opening chords to 'Sad And Blue' and Gahan's in business, parping soulfully behind the lonesome Gillespie/Johnson duet. It turns out to be a long night.

Stabbing Westward and Primal Scream were the support acts.

Set list

  1. Rush
  2. Halo
  3. Behind The Wheel
  4. Everything Counts
  5. World In My Eyes
  6. Walking In My Shoes
  7. Stripped
  8. Condemnation (*)
  9. I Want You Now (*)
  10. In Your Room
  11. Never Let Me Down Again
  12. I Feel You
  13. Personal Jesus
  14. Somebody (*)
  15. Enjoy The Silence
  16. A Question Of Time