Intro
Blackened
Fuel
Sad But True
Kirk's solo
Fade to Black
For Whom The Bell Tolls
Frantic
Creeping Death
Dirty Window
Harvester of Sorrow
One
Damage Inc.
Seek and Destroy
Nothing Else Matters
Master of Puppets
St. Anger
Enter Sandman
> Frayed Ends of Sanity > Dyers Eve jams
The Four Horsemen
Motorbreath

AUDIO QUALITY: Really nice recording here. I wish I knew the source, but my copy comes from
silver cds. Instruments are well balanced, maybe a little distant, but the recording
doesn't suffer from the distance. The crowd chatter happens from time to time, nothing
too bad here either. Overall like I said a nice recording. Towards the end of the
concert there is one guy in particular who is rather loud near the taper. He likes to yell
and hold the yell until he's out of breath - very charming. Can't say enough about recordings
in front of the speaker stack, it basically eliminates idiots like this getting on the recording.

SOURCE: Unknown audience recording, probably minidisc
TIME: 140 minutes

VIDEO QUALITY: Shot from the floor straight back. A LOT of hands and arms in the
way. There are some nice zooms but, they don't last very long before a head, hand,
or arm gets in the way.  Then the taper moves trying to get a better view, so
it is also shakey.  Honestly, I would recommend the audio, because you
aren't really going to sit and watch this video. 

SOURCE: Master

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Antwerp is said several times. James thanks all of the Belgium
fans that have stuck with Metallica through the years. 

FLAWS: Audio has slight skipping in Fade to black, not due to a bad burn. Slight skip in Harvester as well,
similiar to the Fade to Black skips. 

BAND PERFORMANCE: Kirk does a new guitar solo jam right before Fade to Black. The tune is familiar
to me, but I can't seem to place it. Contact me if you know. There are some songs that are just
great openers, Blackened is one of those songs. After Fade, James says "That one goes out to my
friend Sol(sp?)". Not very often they dedicate songs. There is a slight delay to the start
of Bells, and Lars just does a kick drum waiting for Robert. The crowd steps up with a cool chant and 
clap along. Gotta love those European crowds. They have that whole crowd chant thing down so well. 
I love hearing that in a live show. The band seems to be in a good mood overall, James jokes with
the crowd a few times, the overall performance is really good too. Nice one to add to the collection.
One last bit of trivia, this set is one of the few that I have heard where they played all Metallica
songs. No covers at all this night. One last thought, having them play the bass intro to Damage
Inc, just kicks so much ass. Nice tribute to Cliff and his memory. One more last thought, right before
the Four Horsemen, they jam on Dyer's Eve, which as far as I know is the longest jam of this song
to date. Just play the damn song already! Oh last thought this time - dirty window is played with
a guitar solo. It sounds really good, they should've had guitar solos on that album.