|Osaka, Japan, Feb. 1991 (possibly Feb. 22?)|
|Label unknown 9-10221|
|1. Black Sabbath/Shut Up, Be Happy (Intro)|
|2. Wake Up Dead|
|3. Hook In Mouth|
|4. Hanger 18|
|5. Tornado Of Souls|
|7. The Conjuring|
|8. In My Darkest Hour|
|9. Dawn Patrol|
|10. Devils Island [sic]|
|11. These Boots (Lee Hazlewood cover)|
|14. Take No Prisoners|
|15. Holy Wars...The Punishment Due|
|16. Good Morning/Black Friday [sic]|
|17. Peace Sells|
|18. Anarchy In The U.K. (Sex Pistols cover)|
No recording information is given on the bootleg. Everyone automatically assumes this is from the February 21, 1991 Osaka Festival Hall gig. However, there's full video footage supposedly from that show with clear differences in the stage banter, even though the setlists are the same and Osaka is mentioned both in the video and on the bootleg (once in "Anarchy...," and also earlier in the show). The clearest example:Video intro to "Lucretia": "Domo...This is a song called Lucretia."
While there's not a whole lot of stage banter on the bootleg to evaluate from, Dave's enunciation during his stage banter is different from the video in many places. So there was definitely another '91 Osaka show, but I have not been able to find a date for it. I have not been able to find much verifiable info on the '91 Japanese tour, but they were in Japan well over a week and there were no conflicting shows on the 20th or 22nd.
I guess it's possible that the bootleg is made up of more than one gig (the video footage is uninterrupted and obviously from a single gig). However, even though there are edits, there are no obvious changes in the audio source/sound, so I really doubt this is the case. Can anyone clear up this mystery? Despite that, excellent "Rust in Peace" bootleg.
Track 1 is just a concert intro of Ice-T's "Shut Up, Be Happy," which combines samples of "Black Sabbath" and Jello Biafra's "Word from our Sponsors."
There's an edit between tracks 10 and 11, and possible edits between 13/14 and 14/15.