Primus- Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca 8/26/89 xfer from 8mm Master Live Enhanced

This was my first time seeing Primus, and it was my favorite set without a doubt. They open with Spirit of Radio! About an hour into the set, they do an insane funky instrumental version of Possessed’s “The Exorcist”! (for those of you who don’t know, Larry Lalonde(guitar) was in Possessed in the mid 80s).

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV80 & Sony ECM909 Mic
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Corrupted Morals- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 7/17/88 xfer from master tape!

This was a memorable trip to Gilman. I remember getting down there late to see this show- I think this is the one that Dayglo Abortions was supposed to play but never showed, earning the name no show abortions.
Anyway, we were starving when we got there and CM was getting ready to play. So, I handed my camera to Chris Dodge who filmed the part of this set while we went to get pizza. You can see Chris interviewing band members on stage during the set. Larry also flashes the camera, which is pretty damned funny.
please watch until the end- Steve Vontill and other gilman nerds run around with the camera and dork out, gilman style.

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Possessed- Club Can’t Tell, Sacramento Ca. 9/8/86 xfer from master audio cassette

国产免费毛片在线观看Here is a recording from a legendary Sacramento show, that ended in a riot w/ police outside the venue. I have a very long story to tell about this show, but I don’t have time now. I’ll post it with DRI’s set tonight.

Recorded by: Mark Martin
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Possessed- Summer Slam, Kaiser Auditorium, Oakland Ca. 7/26/85 xfer from master cassette

Huge thanks to Laurent Ram for asking me to dig these tapes out. I got these from Mark Martin when I first started trading (I inherited his 100 tape collection) and I thought they they were acquired in a trade with Ron Quintana or one of the bay area thrash taper guys… nope. Mark recorded this one himself and the master has been here all along. Cool. Does not sound too bad for a non-professional recorder at the Kaiser.

Recorded by: Mark Martin
Equipment used: Consumer panasonic recorder

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