AUDIO ONLY
Intro
Blackened
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The Four Horsemen
Harvester of Sorrow
Eye of the Beholder
Jason's solo
> To Live is to Die jam
Master of Puppets
Damage Inc.
One
Seek and Destroy
...And Justice for All
> Bern Crowd Improv chant
Creeping Death
Fade to Black
Kirk's solo
> Little Wing jam
Battery
> NIB >  Prowler > Run to the Hills >  Helpless jams
Last Caress
Am I Evil?
Whiplash

AUDIO QUALITY: Not sure if it's the same taper as the previous night, but it sounds like the
same equipment. This recording is a better listen however since it's not as muffled as
the first night. Sounds like the taper had a better seat. Still a lot of high end, minor
distortion, and some hiss. 

SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder
TRANSFER: unknown gen cassette > Adobe Audigy Platinum > Goldwave > CDWAVE > WAV (transferred by me)
TIME: 115 minutes

DVD ONLY
Elvira Intro
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Lars Interview
Seek and Destroy
Lars Interview Continued
One 
Lars Interview Continued
...And Justice for All (Cut)
Interview Continued 
...And Justice for All (Continued)

DVD QUALITY: Excellent, have had this several times all generated. Finally have a 
master transfer, and it's awesome quality.  The Elvira Intro and Outros are super
cheesy...

SOURCE: Master > DVD

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, "scanning the scene in Hammersmith tonight." Many of the things
James says before songs are very similiar on the 9th and 10th. The second night, James says "What? Oh they're sleeping 
again? He says you guys are fucking sleeping again. I can't hear it" before Seek and Destroy.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Interestingly enough, Jason sings the last verse of Creeping Death. Although this became
common place in the 90s, it was rare to have it happen this early in the Justice tour. Not sure if James
couldn't sing at that moment, or they were trying something new, but Jason clearly sings the vocals. Otherwise,
pretty much a standard 1988 Metallica show.