> Bad Seed jam 
So What?
Creeping Death
Sad but True
Ain't My Bitch
Hero of the Day
King Nothing
Wasting My Hate
Jason's solo
 My Friend of Misery/ Welcome Home (Sanitarium) interlude
Nothing Else Matters
Until It Sleeps
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Wherever I May Roam
Fade to Black
Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / Hit the Lights
The Four Horsemen / Seek and Destroy / Fight Fire With Fire
> Mission Impossible > Leper Messiah
Last Caress
Master of Puppets
Enter Sandman
> Godzilla > It Ain't Like That > Black Magic
Am I Evil?

AUDIO QUALITY: Above average quality on this one, it almost seems like the levels are a little
too hot. There are moments of distortion on the drums, and the high end seems to have a layer
of distortion on it. With that being said it's still listenable, no crowd annoyances either.

SOURCE: Unknown mic > Unknown DAT
TRANSFER: DAT Master > 1st gen analog > 2nd gen analog > Goldwave > EQ'd > CDWAVE > WAV (Transfer done by me)
TIME: 120 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Great video, shot from lower levels which is a unique perspective from all of the
videos shot from upper deck this tour.  The taper is on the side of the stage that is not active
during the first part, so footage is a bit distant. However, once both stages open up, he gets
some great shots and close-ups.   Matched with DAT audio - great version. Highly recommend.

TAPER: rcsguy664
SOURCE: Sony TR-71 camera & Sony ECM-16T mics > Master
LINEAGE: Sony GV-D200 > firewire > Premiere Pro CS3 > TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says he's "been to Nassau too" during So What.

FLAWS: Some of Jason's solo is cut due to tape flips. Also the Bad Seed jam is missing
on the audio.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice solid performance, Fade to Black stands out for me in this show. A great version
for sure. Otherwise nothing really too crazy about the show, definitely falls in line with the 
formula of the '97 tour.