Intro Battery Master of Puppets For Whom the Bell Tolls Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Ride the Lightning Cliff's solo Whiplash Thing That Should Not Be (cut) Seek and Destroy Creeping Death Four Horsemen Kirk's solo > Munsters Theme song teaser Am I Evil? Damage, Inc. Fight Fire With Fire QUALITY: Well I'll cut to the chase, this sucks. The first half is somewhat listenable, I've tried to improve it some in the CD transfer. However, on the tape flip something happens and the sound quality becomes horrid. There is this high pitched static that happens during the second half, makes it unlistenable. I wouldn't recommend this show to anyone. In fact, I've known a few hard core collectors to pass on this show. There are WAY better shows to get from '86. SOURCE: Unknown analog Lineage: Unknown gen cassette > Goldwave > EQ'd > CDWAVE > WAV (Transfer done by me) TIME: 77 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Belfast is said a couple of times. FLAWS: Missing Fade to Black, not a complete show, not that it would improve this show any if it was complete. Sounds like the taper was having problems during fade since Thing abruptly cuts off at the end, and cuts into Seek and Destroy. You can hear the taper adjusting the recording. I doubt there is a complete show of this. BAND PERFORMANCE: Didn't really listen to this show all the way through, the first half seems like it was a great show. John Marshall is playing guitar to cover for James due to a broken arm. The second half is just too difficult to listen to really make an opinion.