> The Memory Remains jam *
Last Caress
Creeping Death
Sad but True *
Ain't My Bitch
Bleeding Me
King Nothing *
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
> God of Thunder > Return of the Vampire jam *
So What?
Master of Puppets
Enter Sandman
> Cure jam

AUDIO QUALITY: Radio broadcast, very nice quality. Other than a few radio station identification
breakins, this is a nice listen.

SOURCE: Radio broadcast > ??? > CDR
TIME: 104 minutes

VIDEO QUALITY: Upper deck, with very little obstruction. You have two audio tracks, one
is the radio broadcast, which is nice.  A little distant, but otherwise enjoyable.

AUTHOR: Whoracle
SOURCE: Sony VIDEO8 Master > Sony DCR-TRV80E > IEEE 1394 > Scenalyzerlive 2.1
        > Sony Vegas Video 6.0 > Adobe Encore DVD 2.0

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Stockholm is said before Whiplash starts. It is also a different
setlist than the first night, this change up is typically what they would do the second
night in the same city. James also says "not sure how many of you were here last night."

FLAWS: The songs marked with * are on the DVD only.  The audio has King Nothing swapped
with Bells.  No bells on the radio broadcast.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice solid performance by the band. Probably the best live version of
Devil's Dance, and a crushing version of Overkill. One of my favorite for that song for sure.
Nice Return of the Vampire jam, they used to do that back in '87.  All in all a nice
show for the second night in Stockholm.