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

QUALITY: It's not a bad recording for 1985 to be honest. Pretty good instrument
separation, no distortion, vocals come across clean. It had really low volume
on my tape, so I increased that in the transfer, but it's still something you'll need
to turn up. Again, this is pretty decent for 1985.

SOURCE: Unknown mic > unknown recorder
TRANSFER: unknown gen cassette > Creative Soundblaster Audigy Platinum > Goldwave 
                  > CDWAVE > WAV (transferred by Jeff S.)
TIME: 60 minutes 

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, "Brooklyn, Ride the Lightning" James also talks about surpassing
the craziness of last night before Cliff's solo, and at the end "we'll see you tomorrow". 


BAND PERFORMANCE: Great performance. For some reason this show is much rarer than
the other two in Brooklyn. This show is often mis-labled, so make sure you listen for the key
points I mentioned above. The only problem is this show is only 60 minutes, otherwise
this is what you expect from an early Metallica show - loud, sweaty, and fast.