Redrum- Lite Rail Inn, Sacramento Ca 9/30/87 Audio xfer from master cassette tape Thrash metal

My friend Alex asked me to pull out some corrupted morals cassettes for transfer as part of a reissue project they are working, and one of the tapes we needed did not have a number. Since I have 4,000 live cassettes (not counting DATs or others), I figured I was totally screwed. Since the tape was old, I started looking in the low numbers and I found it! Awesome! While I was digging through the trays, I pulled out some other tapes that looked interesting. This is one of the extras I pulled.
In the years before I bought my video camera, I would take my step dad’s Montgomery Ward boombox to record shows. I don’t know what mics were in that thing, but it performed amazingly well for a boombox. Redrum were pretty drunk for this show- Especially Mike Caboy who was probably the drunkest I have ever seen someone on stage. They were expected to play an hour and their set isn’t long enough, so you get unexpected treats such as an extended guitar solo by Don Adams and the unreleased song “Let’s Go to Burger King” to end the set. A truly classic Redrum show that is a perfect picture of how I remembered their shows. So great.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Montgomery Ward boombox

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Robert Moody’s Thrash Thursday Radio Show, Pleasant Hill Ca. 9/23/87 xfer from master tape

Here is the last transfer for Gary for now. Thrash Thursday was one of those pioneering 80s radio shows, similar to MRR Radio & Rampage Radio, who would play underground music. This show was more on the thrash metal side of the spectrum. Highlight of this tape is the Hexx interview and demo. The guy comes on the show and bags on a former member and curses on air in the process. Classic!

Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon- Audiophile 2496 card- sony soundforge

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DI- El Dorado Saloon, Sacramento Ca. 9/2/87 xfer from master/1st gen Audio Tape D.I. Punk Live

This is an odd one in 2 ways. Even though D.I. opened for C.O.C., this is tacked onto the end of the tape AFTER COC… which means that “Anonymous” might have copied his master to the COC tape, making this a 1st gen. hmmm…
Also, D.I. is in the rarest of forms here. When they played El Dorado Saloon back in January of 1987, the crowd LOVED them and they played an amazing set. Here we are 8 months later and they get into shouting matches with the crowd. Odd. Casey is usually funny and affable as a frontman… must have been an off night.

Recorded by: Anonymous
Equipment used: Aiwa consumer handheld recorder w/stock mic
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Transfer equipment: Nakamichi Dragon, M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card.
Remix in souny sound forge (boosted bass, drop highs and midrange)

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Corrosion of Conformity- El Dorado Saloon, Sacramento 9/2/87 xfer from master audio tape

Here is the last local COC show of note, that I have. I think that Anonymous taped this one, but it is hard to tell. It might have been Mark Martin’s friend Ricky. This one had no low end at all, so I EQ’d it to boost bass as much as possible and dropping the highs/midrange.

Recorded by: Anonymous?
Equipment used: Aiwa Consumer handheld recorder
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: Nakamichi Dragon, M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card.

Audio Live Concert