Intro Blackened For Whom the Bell Tolls Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Leper Messiah Harvester of Sorrow Eye of the Beholder Jason's solo > To Live is to Die jam Master of Puppets One Seek and Destroy ...And Justice for All > Bern Crowd Improv chant Creeping Death Fade to Black Kirk's solo > Little Wing jam Battery > La Bamba > Run to the Hills > Helpless jams Last Caress Am I Evil? Whiplash QUALITY: Oh do I love upgrades. Thanks Joaquim for the upgrade with full source, very nice. Previously I had an incomplete tape. Then a full show started to circulate, but some one used a generated tape to transfer to cd. This is from the master analog, see linage below. Certainly one of the better '88 shows to come around sound wise. A little phase shifting here and there, as if the taper was moving, but not bad really. Music is fairly up front, very little crowd noise. Vocals come across very nicely. There might be a slight layer of distortion on the highs, but it's not bad. SOURCE: ecm-939T>TC-D5M LINEAGE: ANA0>DAT0>CDRM>SHN TIME: 120 minutes CORRECT SHOW: YES, right after Battery James says "thanks Milwaukee" FLAWS: Slight cut in Puppets, probably due to a tape flip. Also slight cut in Kirk's solo, also probably due to tape flip. BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice show, Blackened has a certain crush to it. James seems to be singing with aggression, which is great. There isn't much screwing around during the early part of the U.S. Justice Tour. These guys came out, jammed, and left. Just a nice streamlined show. I would recommend this show if you are looking for a good early Justice show with Leper Messiah.