Intro
Enter Sandman
Creeping Death
Harvester of Sorrow
 > Third Stone from the Sun teaser
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Sad But True
Wherever I May Roam
Jason's solo
 > My Friend of Misery > Orion jams
Through the Never
The Unforgiven
Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / Frayed Ends of Sanity /
  And Justice for All / Blackened
> Moby Dick teaser
Lars' solo > Walk this Way > In the Hall of the Mountain King teasers
> Mistread Jam
Kirk's solo
 > Funeral March of the Marionette jam
The Four Horsemen
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Fade to Black
Whiplash
 > Blitzkrieg jam
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
One
Last Caress
Am I Evil?
Battery
 > Jump in the Fire > Escape jams
Stone Cold Crazy

QUALITY: I would say this is a below average recording. There are certainly better '92 shows
out there. This is not a copy of the Live Shit San Diego video, this is in fact an audience recording.
A lot of high end to this recording, with a slight hint of distortion. The guitars are just a little
over-driven. You can hear bass, guitars, drums, so there is instrument separation. However, like I said
there is a lot of high end, which detracts from the show. Fairly uncirculated show at this point, though
most people would probably pass on this since both nights were combined to make the video/DVD.

SOURCE: Unknown audience analog
TIME: 170 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Lars and Kirk say San Diego several times during their solo act. At the
very end Kirk says "Cheers San Diego, we'll see you tomorrow."


FLAWS: Cut during Jason's solo due to a tape flip. Also cut during Kirk's
solo due to tape flip. Not really missing anything from these solos in my opinion.
Also another tape flip during the crowd participation part of Seek and Destroy

BAND PERFORMANCE: Band performance is at the standard level that you would expect. One interesting
thing is that the Lars/James drum solo hasn't quite reached the level that it will during the
spring shows. They were still working out the formula, which isn't necessarily a bad thing as this
version is much shorter than what it will become. In all honesty I've never been a real fan of the
Lars/James solo, Mistreated, Kirk solo segemnt of the black album tour. It dragged on for far too long, 
they could've played several more songs during this time.  It must have been a rowdy crowd as someone
jumps up on stage, and says some drivel into the mic about some band everyone should watch out for. James
handles the scene like a professional, though he does get pissed later in the show when someone throws
something at him.  If I remember right the guy jumping on stage, actually made it on to the Live
Shit video.