Master of Puppets
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Sad but True
St. Anger
No Remorse
Seek and Destroy
Nothing Else Matters
Creeping Death
Enter Sandman
Last Caress

AUDIO QUALITY: While I had my hopes up for a repeat of the Japan 1998 shows sound quality, the 2003 Japan shows fall
a bit short from the '98 ones. With that being said, they are still very listenable. On this particular one
there is a slight layer of distortion on the guitars and bass drums. You really have to listen closely to hear it, but
it's there. Vocals come across very nicely, the rest of the instruments sound evenly matched. The crowd is noticeable 
on the recording which is probably the greatest difference from the '98 ones. The crowd is really into the
band, one guy near the taper sings quite often. Kind of annoying, but can't blame him for enjoying the concert. 
Overall it is a nice recording, and very listenable. Thanks to the taper for recording the final speeches from
the band. It's annoying when tapers stop the recordings right after the last song finishes and James says "Thank
you good night"

SOURCE: Unknown (1st gen from Silver cds)
TIME: 130 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Decent when the camera is steady, but there is a lot of shakiness and the filmer stays on
James a lot, so if you like James you'll like this video.

SOURCE: rozy
TRANSFER: 1st gen > DVD
TIME: 130 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes James says Tokyo a lot, and the setlist matches the first night. Lars says "we'll see you tomorrow"


BAND PERFORMANCE: Band performance is pretty good, although there are a few slips during this one. Most
noticeable during the harmony solo of Master, either James or Kirk hit a few wrong notes. Motorbreath
also gets away from them at one point. At first the setlist looks pretty "Summer Sanitariumish", with the exception 
of Caress and Motorbreath. Fortuantely, they really mix it up towards the end of this leg and the European tour. 
Thank you very much Metallica. Always nice to have a mixed setlist.