This came out in 2002 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):
For a band that doesn’t jam — or drastically reinvent its studio hits in concert — the mighty Blue Öyster Cult sure have made a fair number of live albums. By my count, A Long Day’s Night is No. 5 (though in all fairness, it’s also their first one in a decade).
Surprisingly, it has half a dozen tracks that aren’t on the first four — including classics and oldies like OD’d On Life Itself and Quicklime Girl. Not surprisingly, it also has the umpteenth versions of Godzilla, Cities On Flame and Don’t Fear The Reaper. Which makes it essential only for completists.