Movie Intro Enter Sandman Creeping Death Harvester Of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Sad But True Jason's Solo > My Friend of Misery > Orion jams Holier Than Thou The Unforgiven Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / Frayed Ends of Sanity / And Justice for All / Blackened Lar's Solo > Mistreated jam Kirk's Solo > Funeral March of the Marionette jam The Four Horsemen For Whom the Bell Tolls Fade to Black Whiplash > Cat Scratch Fever Jam Master Of Puppets Seek & Destroy One Last Caress Am I Evil? Battery QUALITY: Damn, where the heck has this one been hiding all these years. To be shot in '91 and to be released 16 years later, kind of makes you wonder what else is out there. The camera work is pretty good, seems to be shot from the tapers section, so it's above the heads and hands which is nice. Close ups aren't great, but from the screen shot below this is pretty much the camera angle and close up for the duration of the film. Sound quality is above average, no distortion good instrument separation. It's a little grainy and sometimes the colors bleed, but it's certainly not bad. All in all it's worth adding to the collection. Nice to have another early '91 show where they played Holier than Thou since it didn't last on the set for very long. SOURCE: Unknown video recorder TIME: 158 minutes SOURCED: DVD was sourced from a 1st gen VHS. CREDITS: This is a Sabkisscrue and Damage Inc Classic Series. This is in association with Metal Dungeon Productions. CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James makes reference to Jason being the home town boy. Later in the set the taper turns on the date for his camera and it reads 12-1-91. This is definitely not Cleveland. Just another case of the taper not setting the date right. After Kirk's solo the taper does fix the date to the correct 11-1-91. Jason also sings "Scanning the scene in Muskegon tonight." How the hell did they end up playing a show at this city???? FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Another solid performance early on in the Black Album tour. As I mentioned before it's great to see and hear an early '91 show where Holier than Thou was in the set. This night the song shows up after Jason's solo verses later in the set as the previous nights. It was dropped from permanent rotation after this night, so apparently they felt the song didn't work live. Other than that it's a pretty standard show. There are a lot of great Black album shows, I would say this one falls in the middle somewhere.