Over on ET, eye-witness Emory noted “I attended the Tuesday night gig, first row mezzanine. Although I found the town hall gigs slightly fresher, some of the stuff done that evening was more interesting. Although the first couple of tunes were fairly rote, Levin and Bruford really started to get into it. At the beginning of Thela Hun Jinjeet, Bruford would not quit playing that intro, turning it into a fairly extended solo that seemed to amuse Belew quite a bit, who turned to look, waiting for a que to start the rest of the tune. My brother the drummer went nuts: as a jazz drummer, Billford is his idle. Thrak was amazing. When I first heard it on disk, I didn't really get it. But now, I feel it the ultimately expression of this 80s KC abstract-Stockhausenesque-rock-monster sound. It descended into an quiet-ish improv section that seemed like a guided tour through purgatory or something. After it surged upward momentarily, it slunk back down. Soon afterward, Belew pulled it out into nuerotica by starting a low wail on his guitar that rose into the nuerotica siren. I don't know if they had ended this improv that way before, but they came in perfectly. Quite impressive.” Part of this concert was first released as KCCC 5/6.