> Highway Star jam Helpless The Four Horsemen Of Wolf and Man The Thing that Should not Be Fuel The Memory Remains King Nothing Am I Evil? w/ Black Magic jam Stone Cold Crazy > Frayed Ends of Sanity > And Justice for All jams Master of Puppets AUDIO QUALITY: Another great recording. This was a part of the Reload promo tour, so the set was a bit short. Nice balance of instruments and James' vocals. Very little crowd noise, which in a smaller venue is very hard to achieve. I would recommend this show. Recently acquired a copy from the master, very nice to upgrade. SOURCE: AIWA CM-30A > Sony D6 Analog Walkman (1st gen) TIME: 65 minutes DVD QUALITY: Mid-level gen used on this transfer. Things are a bit fuzzy and the color is starting to bleed. Audio isn't great as well. This apparently was considered rare at one point. Not sure why, but maybe an upgrade will surface now that this version is out. For my money, I'd stick with the audience audio for this show. CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "It's good to see you Copenhagen" FLAWS AUDIO: Drop in between King Nothing and Am I Evil? probably due to a tape flip, very little missing from concert. Otherwise, there are no problems with this show. BAND PERFORMANCE: Very loose performance, as were most of the promo shows. At the time of these shows, this setlist was pretty cool because most of these songs had not been played in a long time. Though they showed up in regular rotation on the following '97,'98, and '99 tours. Nice jam to Slayer's Black Magic with Jason on vocals right before the Am I Evil first guitar solo. Jason rips out some pretty good death metal vocals. They also do a Frayed Ends of Sanity tease right after Stone Cold Crazy. Crowd gets into the Oh-we-oh. Which leads Lars and Kirk jamming to ...And Justice for All. And yes, they played two shows in the same day. No opening band as this was a promo show for Reload.