Intro
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
Whiplash
Creeping Death
Kirk solo
Am I Evil?
Motorbreath

QUALITY: Definitely below average on this one. Not nearly as nice as the 3/14 show. James is hard to
hear, and the music is all kind of mashed together to make this wall of sound. Not something you'd
probably listen to more than once. You'd probably want to focus on getting the SBD version of this,
though that is incomplete.

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

SOURCE: SBD > ? > CD/LP 
TIME: 60 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes. 

FLAWS: SBD show is incomplete missing Seek, Whiplash, and Kirk's solo.

BAND PERFORMANCE: I'm sure this was another stellar performance, but the audience recording isn't great. It's hard to
pick out specifics. Judging by the annoying screaming crowd by the taper this was one helluva concert. Just about everyone 
has the Soundboard version of this show that was pressed a thousand times over on CD and LP. If you listen
to that version, the performance was awesome. I had mistakenly thought at one point that this SBD version
was a combo of both nights. This is not the case, upon further review the SBD copy is the 3/15 show.

Also important to note that with the SBD recording if you have the version where Seek and Destroy and Whiplash
were added to the end, those songs are actually from the 12-20-84 sbd recording. Seek and Destroy cuts with
with James saying "That was Call of Ktulu, the sick freak". By this time on the tour Ktulu had been swaped out
with Fade to Black.