@emailwrks - Did the upgrade went fine without errors?
If it did, then try to remove the apps/common/runtime/cache folder (or rename it to something else) so that the database schema cache gets rebuilt.
Also, look into the database if possible and see if those two tables exists. use phpmyadmin to look inside your database.
that totally didn't work, as i've just realised 220.127.116.11.sql and 18.104.22.168.sql were missing when i updated via cmd line. Should i be re-installing the update? Should be able to hit the cmd line update command again i think having placed those files inIt means you've deleted more sql statements that it should.
So look in the sql file where the customer_email_blacklist table is created and copy from that point onwards, statement by statement and run them one by one. There's no other way...
@emailwrks - If you have a backup(you should), it's best to restore it and try a new upgrade from scratch.
Otherwise, try re-uploading all the update files and try the command line again and if you get sql errors, follow the above advice where you remove sql statements from the files, one by one.
Let me know how it goes.