Intro Blackened Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow Kirk's solo #1 Welcome Home (Sanitarium) For Whom the Bell Tolls Frantic Sad but True Dirty Window Seek and Destroy Kirk's solo #2 Fade to Black Battery St. Anger Nothing Else Matters Master of Puppets One Enter Sandman AUDIO QUALITY: An okay recording, the taper is pretty far back, and the taper and his friend are a bit chatty in the beginning. Which is never a good thing. Since they are so far back and it's outdoors it has a bit of a swirley sound to it at times. James' vocals come across very well, but the music sounds a tad muffled. Not bad for a video camera mic if you think about it though. SOURCE: Unknown Video > ??? > WAV > CDR TIME: 111 minutes DVD QUALITY: Taper is really far back straight shot of the stage. There aren't a lot of obstructions, but the camera is very shaky. Especially when the taper zooms in. There is a sweet spot to the quality, but the taper zooms in and out a lot, if they had just stayed at this level the quality would have been much better. SOURCE: SSS666 TRANSFER: MASTER > 3DVD TIME: 120 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Gold Coast during Seek and Destroy. FLAWS: Not really a flaw, but both cds are one track each. This is a complete show, just a shorter setlist due to the festival setting. Some strange static comes into play during NEM. Then NEM and MOP are pretty cut up for some reason, not sure what happened to the master. BAND PERFORMANCE: Nothing really stand out here as far as performance, it's kind of hard to pick up any sort of vibe from this show since the taper is so far back. You hear a lot of people talking and they don't seem to be paying attention to the show. The St. Anger songs get no reaction from the crowd at least around the taper. The crowd does get into it during the more well known Black Album songs. At any rate, probably one best left for collectors.