Intro Battery Master of Puppets For Whom the Bell Tolls Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Ride the Lightning Jason's Solo Whiplash Thing that Should not Be Fade to Black Seek and Destroy Creeping Death > Peanuts Theme song > Run to the Hills jams The Four Horsemen Kirk's solo > Munsters theme song Am I Evil? Damage Inc. Fight Fire with Fire > Women from Tokyo > Burn jams Blitzkrieg QUALITY: Oh you gotta love a direct transfer from the master tapes. I recently got 12 upgrades direct from the master from the taper Haki Reumont. I'll be reviewing all 12 shows over the next few weeks. This particular show has a slight layer of distortion on it. It becomes worse during the second half of the show. It is still listenable and is an upgrade from what I had. That being said, it seems the levels run a bit hot. There are better '87 shows out there if you are a casual collector. SOURCE: Aiwa CM-30A Mics > Sony WM-D6 Analog Walkman TRANSFER: Analog Master (2x TDK SA 90 chrom) > AIWA AD-WX909 Tapedeck > Soundblaster Live 5.1(line-in) > Wavelab 3.0 > 3x WAV > Lite-on LTR 12101B CDR-Burner > 2x CDR-MASTER (Maxwell CD-R 80 XL) > Pioneer DVD-ROM DVD-116 PC-DRIVE > EAC > WAV > MKW > SHN TIME: 96 minutes TAPER: Haki Reumont CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Brussels is said several times. FLAWS: None BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice solid performance, not a lot of reaction from the crowd. James ends up trying to get them fired up a lot. Otherwise not much to add to the performance review, they were all pretty flawless in '87.