Intro Phantom Lord The Four Horsemen Creeping Death Motorbreath For Whom the Bell Tolls Ride the Lightning Seek and Destroy QUALITY: Not bad for a show that's over 20 years old. I believe I had a fairly low gen tape to do the transfer, so there isn't much hiss. The recording is louder in the left channel, I didn't bother messing with the recording to even it out. I wasn't happy with how it sounded when I did that. The taper stood on Cliff's side, so you hear a lot of bass and drums, and not a lot of guitar. Which isn't all that bad, it's cool to hear Cliff jamming away. James' mic isn't working during the majority of Phantom Lord, they get it fixed during the last part. SOURCE: Unknown audience analog TRANSFER: unknown gen cassette > Adobe Audigy Platnium > Goldwave > CDWAVE > WAV (transferred by me) TIME: 43 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "Come on France, let's get some hands up for us." James also says "Well France, we're on TV." How come this never surfaced??? FLAWS: BAND PERFORMANCE: Blistering performance, the Ride the Lightning material is still being introduced as new at this time. Funny to note, that James introduces bells as "For whom the bells tolls". Bells also is missing the final Kirk's solo, it's a weird transition between Bells and Lightning. Interesting that they start off with Phantom Lord, not too many shows where they did that. Other than that, they play super fast, super loud, and just kill the audience. Great stuff.