> The Frayed Ends of Sanity > Memory Remains jam So What? Creeping Death Sad but True Ain't My Bitch Whiplash Bleeding Me King Nothing One Devil's Dance Jason's solo My Friend of Misery/ Welcome Home (Sanitarium) jam Nothing Else Matters Until It Sleeps For Whom the Bell Tolls Wherever I May Roam Fade to Black Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / Hit the Lights / Four Horsemen / Seek and Destroy / Fight Fire With Fire > Symptom of the Universe jam Last Caress Master of Puppets Enter Sandman Am I Evil? Breadfan Motorbreath AUDIO QUALITY: Very nice listen. Clean, very little crowd noise. Very enjoyable listen overall. SOURCE: 1st gen > FLAC TIME: 130 minutes DVD QUALITY: It's all crammed on to one DVD. Probably would've been better to split it across two dvds to keep the quality, but it is what it is. I would call this average over all. Plenty of shakiness by the camera and obstructions, but you do get some nice shots of the band as well. AUTHOR: Unknown LINEAGE: Low gen > DVD CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Birmingham is said a few times. James makes reference to it being the second night. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice Sabbath reference with Symptom of the Universe. They can't play Birmingham without doing some "tip of the hat" to Sabbath :). Otherwise, this is the unpolished version of the second night in a city set. Which means So What and Last Caress are in the same spot, and the full kill/ride medley. We do hear Devil's Dance which is coming along nicely by the way.