|Swarm Over London|
|Tracks 1-8 - live Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK,|
June 20, 1987
Tracks 9, 13 - from Sceptre 1983 demo
Tracks 10-12 - "Skeptics Apocalypse" versions, see below
|1. Unstoppable Force|
|2. Guilty As Charged|
|4. Taken By Force|
|5. Nothin' Left|
|6. The Unexpected|
|7. Day At Guyana [sic]|
|8. Never Surrender|
|9. 144,000 Gone" [sic] - Sceptre|
|10. Evil Eye, Evil Minds|
|11. Agents Of Steel|
|12. Guilty As Charged|
|13. Taken By Force - Sceptre|
The live tracks are from the "Longest Day" festival with Nuclear Assault, Onslaught, and Atomkraft. Although official video footage of this show exists on tape/DVD, the bootleg has several songs not on the video and vice versa. "The Unexpected" was a (then new) live-only track, and though it was added as a live bonus track to the "Skeptics Apocalypse" CD, the version on the bootleg is actually of a bit better quality. The live sound quality overall is pretty average.
It sounds like there were edits to Cyriis' introductions to "Nothin' Left" and "Never Surrender," as he'll start to say something but doesn't finish. Also, even though they were played consecutively, a few seconds of stage banter were cut out from between "Nothin' Left" and "The Unexpected."
There's an edit/jump between tracks 6 and 7.
Tracks 9-11 are listed as being from a 1984 demo, and track 12 is listed as being from a 1984 "second demo."
The only official demo Agent Steel ever released during the Cyriis years was a one-track demo of "144,000 Gone." While apparently the "Skeptics Apocalypse" album itself was a bunch of demo recordings that had already been made and Combat decided to release, none of these were released publicly as demo tapes in the regular sense, and given the rest of the competency that went into the bootleg, it's obvious these aren't from the original masters or anything. So rather than "demos," tracks 10-12 are just the regular album tracks in lower quality.
Track 9 isn't even an Agent Steel recording, it's the earlier Sceptre version of the song with an intro/outro.
There's a small audio glitch/noise at 1:40 of track 13. This track, of course, appeared on Metal Massacre 4.
The cover has a childish sketch of the locust from the EP cover; I don't know whether to laugh or cringe. The booklet contains lyrics.