Seek and Destroy
Kirk's solo
Fade to Black
The Thing That Should Not Be
Creeping Death
The Unnamed Feeling
Sad but True
Harvester of Sorrow
Nothing Else Matters
Master of Puppets
St. Anger
Enter Sandman
Am I Evil?
Damage, Inc.

AUDIO QUALITY: A really nice listen, nice job to the taper. He stood near the soundboard,
so the music is a little distant, but the crowd chatter is hardly noticable. Which
is usually my biggest complaint with near the soundboard recordings, not so with this 
recording. The only weird thing with this recording is the music focus shifts when you 
listen with headphones. The loudness of music tends to shift from the left channel and then to
the right. Not sure if the taper was moving or if people were walking in front of his mics.
A minor complaint, but wanted to mention it here. Definitely recommend this version of
this show. As I understand it, the taper has just recently released this. The other versions
out there are pretty poor from what I understand.

SOURCE: Soundman OKM IIR binaural mics->Sharp MD-MT888H->ProTools/Mbox->HD 
TAPER: Mike B.
TIME: 140 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Great job filming. Shot straight back, the filmer has decent closeups
and with 3 audio sources to choose from this makes a great add to the collection.

SOURCE: Yverish
TIME: 140 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, got it from the taper and they say Hannover several times.

FLAWS: Small cut during the pyro of one. I believe due to a minidisc swap. 

BAND PERFORMANCE: Another nice set delivered by Metallica. Here again, the
crowd is fairly silent after the Unnamed Feeling. Similar to the Japanese
response. Not sure if that's why the band dropped the song from their set. It's
pretty noticable though. Nice mixed up setlists, can't say enough about the
revolving setlists. Makes it SO much more interesting to collect shows. Definitely
a good show, and a fun one to listen to.