If You Want Blood
You Love Us
NatWest Barclays Midland Lloyds
Democracy Coma
Born To End
Love's Sweet Exile
Repeat
It's So easy
Slash 'n' Burn
Sorrow 16
Little Baby Nothing
Stay Beautiful
Motown Junk
Live at the Astoria, London, 1992
Faster
From Despair To Where
PCP
Life Becoming a Landslide
She Is Suffering
La Tristesse Durera
Motorcycle Emptiness
Live at Glastonbury Festival, 1994

Review:

A superb quality bootleg which is marred only by the fact that the person who made it has faded out the applause to nothing and then faded it back in between every song. Which means you lose the song introductions. The Astoria concert is a typical Generation-Terrorists era performance, but the Glastonbury 1994 songs are excellent. "Faster" is transformed into 4 minutes of searing rage, shouted lyrics and wall-to-wall distortion, PCP is played at frantic pace and the rendition of Motorcycle Emptiness is one of the best I've ever heard, with James screaming "EVERYONE'S A VIC-TIM!" as though he was trying to destroy his larynx. Both concerts are soundboard, FM stereo quality.