For Whom the Bell Tolls
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Harvester of Sorrow
Eye of the Beholder
Jason's solo
> To Live Is to Die jam
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
...And Justice for All
> How Many More Times jam
Creeping Death
Fade to Black
> Sweet Home Alabama > Run to the Hills > Helpless jams
Last Caress
Am I Evil? (cut)

QUALITY: A very nice recording, some minidisc recordings don't sound this good. Crowd
noise is to a minimum, though there is some chatter here and there. Sound is slightly distant, but 
if the taper had been closer it probably would be a distorted recording.  Certainly a nice listen 
for an early '89 Justice tour show.  Drums, guitar, and vocals come across very well. As with 
many Justice gigs, Jason is no where in the mix. Did they even plug him in during those early 
years? It's too bad because I think a lot of Justice recordings suffer from too much high end. 
Now thinking about it maybe it's not too much high end, as there is no low end to balance 
the highs. Anyway off on a tangent here, nice job by the taper and as of 2003 this show 
is very uncirculated. 

SOURCE: Built in mic > Toshiba Stereo Walkman > Denon HD-M 100 minutes
TIME: 98 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes. During Seek James says "Scannning the Scene.." and then starts to laugh.
Jason then says "Jacksonville". You really have to listen for Jason though. In addition this is first 
gen from the taper. James also says "Thanks Jasonville" after Battery. Probably trying to give Jason
a hard time(?). James may have started to say Jasonville during Seek, and couldn't do it without
laughing? Who knows....

FLAWS: Recording is incomplete as the taper did not bring a long enough tape to capture the
whole show. A small cut in One for the tape flip, otherwise no other flaws.

BAND PERFORMANCE: The band performance is really tight, although Jason starts to sing the
Die chant too early. The band themselves seem to be a lot more loose at this show than other early 
Justice shows. In fact, if I didn't know the date, I would say that this is a summer show because 
the crowd interaction is a lot more joking than serious. Which was the case during the summer shows 
on the Justice tour. Interesting to note that Kirk's solo isn't played, they go from Fade to Black right
into Battery. They also throw in a version of Sweet Home Alabama right before Last Caress. The crowd
loves it. They also do Run to the Hills jam and Helpless with some lyrics before going into Last Caress.