James' speech Intro Battery Master of Puppets For Whom the Bell Tolls Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Ride the Lightning Jason's solo Whiplash The Thing that Should not Be Fade to Black Seek and Destroy Creeping Death The Four Horsemen Kirk's solo > Munsters Theme song Am I Evil? Damage Inc Fight Fire with Fire Blitzkrieg QUALITY: While this is not the greatest sounding recording from 1986, you'd be hard pressed to find a better version of this show. This cd came from a low gen source, so there is almost no tape hiss. You really have to listen for it. There isn't a lot of bottem end to the recording, but it's more than listenable. This show ended up on the 2LP Assassin bootleg for those trivia buffs out there. SOURCE: Unknown audience analog TIME: 90 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James thanks New York, and it's different than the Poughkeepsie show. FLAWS: None, some minor drops that are associated with tape flips when transferring to cd, but nothing major. BAND PERFORMANCE: The recording starts out with James asking the crowd to stop ripping up seats and causing destruction to the venue. You know it's going to be a rowdy night when the crowd is destroying seats, and the intro music hasn't even started. Performance is blistering, these guys played at the standard 1000 beats a second. I just love these early shows. Can't really say a bad thing about this show, it's a great one in 1986.