There are crowd control issues throughout the gig with the crowd being told to calm down and stop slamming.
The Crab Song is introduced as "this song is called The Crab". During the intro they offer "free t-shirt to the biggest slammer, hey let's start a riot!"
but afterwards they try to calm everyone down, "no slam, just glam"
Chinese Arithmetic has lyrics while just a few months earlier it was instrumental. The introduction includes that mosquito sample as per the album. On the recording someone near the microphone knows the words.
Before We Care A Lot: "oh this is our hit tune, in case you people don't know we're really famous in some parts of this world". The song is just drums as vocals, with the original album lyrics. It's possible their instruments were shut off? During the song the crowd starts chanting "shit, goddamn, get off your ass and jam" from the Funkadelic song.
After the gig the band says they'll be at Powertools, 6th and Parkview late that night. Powertools was a Saturday Night club. Not confirmed if the band played a show though. Powertools closed down around April 1987 at Parkview, further confirming this show must have been before then.