> Memory Remains jam So What! Creeping Death Sad but True Ain't My Bitch > Ronnie jam Whiplash King Nothing One Wasting My Hate Jason's solo My Friend of Misery/ Welcome Home (Sanitarium) interlude Nothing Else Matters Until it Sleeps For Whom the Bell Tolls Wherever I May Roam Fade to Black Seek and Destroy / Fight Fire with Fire > Number of the Beast > Return of the Vampire jams Last Caress Master of Puppets Enter Sandman > Woman from Tokyo > Cure > Highway to Hell > Slow an' Easy Am I Evil? Motorbreath MP4 QUALITY: Metallica Monday broadcast. Great quality, really good close-ups. Cool to see a show from this tour so close and pro-shot. SOURCE: Metallica Monday's Webcast > MP4 DVD QUALITY: Taper is off to one side of the stage, not a great spot for close-ups. He chooses to get a lot of wide angle shots so you can see a lot of the band members at the same time. Overall, good video that captures the first show of 1997. TAPER: Shawn R. SOURCE: 1st gen > 2DVD TIME: 130 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Salt Lake City. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: I have to chuckle at Metallica choosing to jam on Number of the Beast and Mercyful Fate's Return of the Vampire in a city that is well known for it's Mormon population. Ahh Metallica, those jokesters. Anyway, show is great, performance is also great to start the new year off.