Creeping Death
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Sad But True
Wherever I May Roam
Of Wolf and Man
For Whom the Bell Tolls
> Third Stone from the Sun jam
The Unforgiven
Shortest Straw
Jason's solo 
> My Friend of Misery > Star Spangled Banner teasers
 > Dazed and Confused > Killing Floor jams
Kirk's solo 
> Funeral March of a Marionette jam
Fade to Black
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
Nothing Else Matters
Am I Evil?
Last Caress
Enter Sandman

QUALITY: Above average quality, especially considering that the show was held in a dome. Domes aren't
known for providing the best sound quality. You can tell the taper was not close to the stage, but
the recording does not suffer from too much distance. A little crowd chatter here and there, all 
in all not a bad recording.

SOURCE: Built in mic > Sony D3
Taper: S.H.
TIME: 148 Minutes

CORRECT SHOW:  Yes, Jason points out that it's the last show on the G-n-R/Metallica tour.
James says "Scanning the scene in Seattle tonight."

FLAWS: I recently acquired this from the taper, and many of the flaws I had previously 
have been cleaned up. The only problem that remains is the tape glitch during Bells. The
music speeds up, and then corrects itself. Taper confirmed he had problems with the tape.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Good performance by the band. Seems like the crowd may have been a bit lame, as they
try to get the crowd into it several times.  James yells at someone for lighting fireworks off. Tells
the crowd to take care of the guy. This being the last night on the G-n-R tour, you'd think they'd do
a different setlist or something, not the case. However, I'm sure they were happy to have this tour
done with, since it was plagued with problems from the onset. John Marshall is still playing
guitar since James isn't quite recovered from the burn show of 8/8/92. Lars does an extended thank you
speech at the end, highlighting the fact that they've had a string of good shows in the Northwest, and a
thanks to the crew and GnR for surviving the tour.

Co-headlined with Gun-n-Roses, with Faith No More opening.