Intro Battery Master of Puppets For Whom the Bell Tolls Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Ride the Lightning Cliff's Solo > Star Spangled Banner Whiplash The Thing That Should Not Be Fade to Black Seek and Destroy Creeping Death The Four Horsemen Kirk's Solo > Munsters Theme song Am I Evil? Damage, Inc. Fight Fire With Fire QUALITY: Oh do I love upgrades. This is by far the best sounding '86 from this European tour. Recently put to cdr from the master tapes. Incredible difference between my generated audio tape and this. If you love Cliff shows, you need this. The band is very up front in the recording, no distortion, crowd is to a minimum. Enough said, get this! SOURCE: Sony ECM-102 >Sony Walkman Pro WM-D6C TAPER: Gig Addiction TIME: 86 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Sheffield several times. FLAWS: Slight drop for tape flip right before The Thing starts. The intro to this song is cut. Also slight cut before Damage Inc for the second tape flip. BAND PERFORMANCE: Great performance by the band, so much energy from these early shows. James still has a broken arm from a summer skateboarding accident so John Marshell fills in on guitar. You only really notice it during the intro to Sanitarium. The intro piece is a little stiff and not as rehearsed as James. Otherwise I don't think you can really pick up the change. These Septemeber shows are always eerie for me to listen to, because they were the last shows with Cliff. The band must of thought they couldn't be stopped, only to have things come crashing down 9 days from now. What a loss. Anyway, great show, a must have certainly for the upgrade aspect.