Fight Fire With Fire
Ride the Lightning
Phantom Lord
Cliff's solo
For Whom the Bell Tolls
No Remorse
Call of Ktulu
Seek and Destroy

QUALITY: Not a bad recording, I made some improvements through Goldwave from the cassette
tape. I'm not positive but the tape might have run a little fast somewhere along the
line. I didn't do anything to slow it down, but James' voice sounds a little fast. At any rate
it's a decent enough recording to listen to, especially since it's almost 20 years old. 

SOURCE: Unknown analog
TRANSFER: Unknown gen cassette > Goldwave > EQ'd > CDWAVE > WAV > CDR (by me)

TIME: 45 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, "Toronto, Ride the Lightning"

FLAWS: Small cut in FFwF and RtL. Also sadly this is an incomplete show. I do not believe
a full copy exists.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Wow, imagine you are standing in line on a cold Toronto night in 1985
waiting to see a realtively new band called Metallica. 150-200 people in line with you. Doors
open, band comes on stage, and blows the place away. That's this show. Listening to these older 
shows really makes me wish I could've seen Metallica back then. Every single one of these performances
is priceless in my opinion. First three songs are played at blistering speed. Phantom Lord is so fast,
it could be the tape running fast, but I don't recall a faster version than this.