I found it, eventually, but not on the originally cited page. (I posted what I found above.) Is there some magic on henryrollins.com that does not conjure for me? KCRW Berlin removes its free-to-stream archived shows after a couple weeks, which is consistent with the (American?) rules sites like WFMU.org operate under. But they didn't do that. They replaced "Drug Train" with "TV Set" in the end. (Unless you meant something else, and I'm being super dense and am 0 for 2 at this point.) To my ears, the only two songs which are identical to the released versions are "Garbageman" and "Drug Train". "Drug Train" makes sense if they struck it from the album lineup before they went in to do a different mix. And "Garbageman" was a single in several countries, but I can't find exact release dates for the single. I found one discography which said that "Garbageman" and "Drug Train" were two sides of a 7-inch in some territories. So if that was a done deal and both songs were already in the wild, maybe they opted to leave them alone. Anyway, how awesome to have a reason to listen to STLTU again.