Cabaret Metro 2CD
Raiders Of the Lost Art
Catalog # RCD006
Release Year   
2CD Length 55:29 | 75:18
Date/Venue Cabaret Metro Chicago & The Hornheads CD
Source Soundboard & Release
Quality VG+/EX
G2P Rating 4.125/5.0

Track Listing
Cabaret Metro Chicago April 23,1993
The Sacrifice Of Victor, Come, Gold Nigga, Gett Off, Black Mf In The House, MJ Warner Rap, Instrumental, Them Changes, Little Red Rooster, Sexy Mf, Love 2 The 9s, Peach, Papa, When You Were Mine(Intro), Bambi, Call The Law, Johnny, Partyman, 1999, Baby I'M A Star, Push, Daddy Pop
The Hornheads CD
Intermission I, New Dell In, Hornheads Blues, Tub O'Grease, Well You Needn'T, One Last Touch, Interrupting Cow, Outtake, Waltz 4 Hornz, Twix Flambe, Intermission II, Waltz 4 Horns Remix, Intermission Remix

Deane's Comments (rates this release 4.25/5.0)
This is a great aftershow in Chicago. Buddy Miles guests on stage during Them Changes & Little Red Rooster. Unfortunately, Malcom J Warner attempts to Rap on this disc. It is perhaps one of the worst moments to ever happen at a Prince show. Warner makes Tony M sound like he knows what he's doing. Other than that, this is one of my favorite aftershows. The sound a slightly bassy, but still soundboard. High points are Gett Off, Papa and an instrumental version of Bambi that is amazing. The packaging is average with a small booklet of period pictures. The inclusion of The Hornheads Album is nice, nothing spectacular, but nice to have if you didn't get their disc when they were floating around. I saw the show at the Chicago theatre before this aftershow, but was unable to get in to the aftershow. I'm glad I finally got to hear it.

Dale's Comments  (rates this release 4/5.0)
An excellent aftershow even though Malcom Warner and Tony M do their best to wreck it. The sound quality is good, and I am particuliarly fond of the inclusion of The Hornheads disc since it isn't particuliarly easy to track down.

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