Movie bits
Enter Sandman
Creeping Death
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home(Sanitarium)
Sad but True
Wherever I May Roam
> Third Stone from the Sun jam
The Unforgiven
Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / The Frayed Ends of Sanity /
...And Justice for All / Blackened 
> Born Under a Bad Sign teaser 
Jason's solo
 > My Friend of Misery > Star Spangled Banner teasers
> Dazed and Confused > Come On jams
Kirk's solo
 > Funeral March of a Marionette jam
Through the Never
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Fade to Black
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
Nothing Else Matters *
Am I Evil? w/ God of Thunder > Rock You Like a Hurricane > No Remorse jams *
Last Caress *
Battery *
> Leper Messiah > Ride the Lightning > Seek and Destroy
  > Enter Sandman > Blitzkrieg jams
Stone Cold Crazy *

AUDIO QUALITY: Really good quality on this one, wish I knew what the source was, but it's a nice
listen for sure. I got this from not too long ago, so it's a direct extract
from the bootleg silvers "Dressing Room". Very little crowd noise, no distortion, nice separation 
of instruments. Would recommend this one.

SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder
TIME: 168 minutes

DVD QUALITY #1: Decent quality from the standpoint that the filmer shoots the screen most
of the time.  When he does shoot the stage, it's pretty far back.  

SOURCE: 1st gen > 2DVD (audio upgraded version)
TIME: 130 minutes

DVD QUALITY #2: Pro shot or house feed - so nice that this surfaced recently.  Definitely
get for your collection.  It is cut during Whiplash, and all songs after that are cut. 

AUTHOR: Ancient Mariner

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Stockholm is said several times.

FLAWS: There is a fade out during Am I Evil right before Kirk's first solo. It then comes
back in and starts over. So the full song is there, but it's not edited very nicely. I may
try and fix that someday so it flows smoothly. Shows marked with * are missing on the

BAND PERFORMANCE: Interesting comments made during the Movie Bits recorded. Lars says this
is the last night of the European tour, the last show for 1992. While he's talking about
the movie he mentions some footage of Cliff. He asks if everyone remembers Cliff, the crowd
cheers, and he says "Yeah, the last gig we did with Cliff was in Stockholm". One of the
few times I've ever heard the band make a reference to that last show. Overall the band
is in a good mood, probably looking forward to a break after a long year and a half of
tour.  Peformance is tight, they were definitely a well oiled machine by this time.