Master of Puppets
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Ride the Lightning
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Four Horsemen
Thing That Should Not Be
Cliff's solo
Damage, Inc.
Fade to Black
Seek and Destroy
Creeping Death

QUALITY: Awesome! This show surfaced late 2000, and what a gem it is. There aren't
many soundboards for Metallica so this is a must have for sure. A great way to
hear Cliff Burton, has Bells ever sounded this good? Wow. Great show. 

TIME: 71 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Cape Girardeau a couple times.

FLAWS: There is a drop out during Cliff's solo, and the show is not complete. As with most soundboards
from the early days, the encore is missing. This is probably the best copy you will find of this show. The 
original transfer from analog to CDR did not have smooth track transitions. My copy has smooth track 
transitions, thanks to Travis Burket for cleaning this up. This is also floating around as MP3, so be 
careful. My copy came from one of the original people to have this show.   

BAND PERFORMANCE: You will never hear me say anything bad about a performance from '84-'87. Metallica
was in a league of their own if you ask me. No fancy dueling drum solos, no 15 minute guitar solo, no pyros, just 
four guys crushing on stage. Great stuff. This show also highlights one of the most unique Cliff Burton solos I have
ever heard. He does the normal Anesthesia solo, but at the end where Lars comes in on drums there is
an extended jam between Lars and Cliff. While Lars jams on a drum beat, Cliff continues on to solo, and does some 
amazing improv.  Usually they would go right into Damage Inc. I'm not sure what happened that it was 
different this time, but this is one of my all time favorite shows because of this. If you wanted to know 
what an asset Cliff was to Metallica listen to this show. As I said, the band destroys Cape Girardeau, I don't 
even think the crowd knew what hit them. I think this may have been an off night from the normal Ozzy tour,
as this was not the normal Ozzy show setlists.