Movie (partial)
Intro
Enter Sandman
Creeping Death
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home(Sanitarium)
Sad but True
Wherever I May Roam
Jason's Solo
> My Friend of Misery > Orion jams
Through the Never
The Unforgiven
Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / Frayed Ends of Sanity /
  And Justice for All / Blackened
> Peter Gunn theme song
Lar's Solo > Heartbreaker > Bastille Day teasers
 > Mistreated
Kirk's Solo
 > Funeral March of a Marionette
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Fade to Black
Whiplash
> Sweet Home Alabama jam
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
One
Last Caress
Am I Evil
Battery
> Jump in the Fire > Bastille Day > Run to the Hills jams
Stone Cold Crazy

QUALITY: Really a nice listen, probably recorded from the tapers section. It's slightly
distant, with very low crowd noise. Typical of the taper section recordings from the Black
Album tour. For some reason this recently surfaced in mid-2003, previously no known source 
for this show had seen the light of day. Like I said, very listenable. Glad to see that it
finally has been circulated.

SOURCE: Audience (Analog Master tape) Unknown mic > Realistic recorder > Maxell XL IIS-100
TRANSFER: Master > Nakamichi CR-7A > Sony PCM-R500 w/SBM (48kHz sampling) > Terratec 6-fire sound card 
         > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > SHN (MKW)
TIME: 171 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes

FLAWS: There are clicks between tracks. Apparently didn't use CDWAVE to create tracks. Roam has a slight
drop in the beginning, so some of it is cut. When I get some spare time I will probably fix the
clicks between tracks. It's actually a lot of work to do that, so that may not happen for awhile.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice performance by the band. I think by this time, the band had found
their routine. They definitely had a formula by the end of '91. Nothing too out of the ordinary
on this show. Just a good show in Buffalo. It's funny this show would probably be considered rare,
but to be honest it's almost the EXACT same thing the night before and after. Kind of ruins the
excitement of having a hard to find show. You listen to it, and about mid-way through you realize
it is just another black album show.