Low Man's Lyric
Tuesday's Gone
Poor Twisted Me
Fade to Black *
The Four Horsemen *
Nothing Else Matters *
Last Caress *

AUDIO QUALITY: Really good, though the crowd around the taper is pretty loud. In reality
it's just cool to have these shows since they were so unique.

SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder
TRANSFER: DAT > 1st gen cassette > Adobe Audigy Platnium > Goldwave > CDWAVE > WAV (transferred by me)
TIME: 60 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Excellent, pro shot, too bad it's incomplete! Where's the rest of it?

SOURCE: Demolition
TIME: 23 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, obviously the second night acoustic show.

FLAWS: none on the audio, the DVD only has songs marked with *

BAND PERFORMANCE: Metallica acoustic...who would've thought.  At the time of these
shows it was pretty crazy.  Though they would do an acoustic set during the summer
'98 tour and would revisit the Bridge Benefit in 2007. At any rate, definitely cool
to hear Four Horsemen acoustic.  Low Man's Lyric is played a month before Reload
comes out, complete with Hurdy Gurdy played by "Dave".  Even Poor Twisted Me, which
is my least favorite Metallica song sounds interesting.  Highly recommend these two
shows.  One thing to note, this version of The Four Horsemen is longer than what they
would play on the '98 tour.  They add a short jam at the end, and then say they
need to do a better ending of the song.  Great version of Nothing Else Matters...