Fight Fire With Fire
Ride the Lighting
Phantom Lord
The Four Horsemen
Cliff's solo
For Whom the Bell Tolls
No Remorse
Fade to Black
Seek and Destroy
Creeping Death
Kirk's solo
Am I Evil?

QUALITY: Not bad overall. I would say average quality. I was able to clean it up significantly, but it's still
rough around the edges. The biggest problem with this audience was it was so low. I was able to increase the loudness of the
recording, and that helped significantly. There is a layer of high level distortion on the guitars, not
bad, but it sounds like the band was too loud for the venue or something. 

SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder
TRANSFER: unknown gen cassette > Creative Soundblaster Audigy Platinum > Goldwave > CDWAVE > WAV (transferred by me)
TIME: 60 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes. After Ride the Lightning, Cliff and James say:
              Cliff: "Thank you Frisco, good to be home."
	        James: "Well it's great to be back with the real freaks in the bay area."

FLAWS: Cut between Fade and Seek for tape flip.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Awesome performance as expected. No Remorse stands out in particular. Just brutal. Obviously
the guys were excited to be home again, doing two nights at home. I can only imagine the after parties. These
audience recordings haven't circulated too much. Most people grab the sbd release of 3/15
and call it good. Well worth adding to the collection in my opinion. Previously I had thought the soundboard
release was a combo of two nights, but upon further review this is not the case. Sorry if I mixed anyone
up on that.