Metali-movie Intro Enter Sandman Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow > Third Stone from the Sun teaser Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Sad But True Wherever I May Roam Jason's solo > My Friend of Misery > Orion jam Through The Never The Unforgiven Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / Frayed Ends of Sanity / And Justice for All / Blackened > Dazed and Confused > How Many More Times teasers Lars' solo > Walk this Way > One > In the Hall of the Mountain King teaser > Mistreated jam Kirk's solo > Funeral March of the Marionette For Whom the Bell Tolls Fade to Black Whiplash > La Grange jam Master of Puppets Seek and Destroy One Last Caress Am I Evil? (cut up) Battery (cut up) VIDEO QUALITY: Pretty much your standard black album video angle. There are several sources floating around for this show, and not surprising they are all shot from the same angle - taper's section. This particular one is by far the best quality I've seen. I have another version that's really generated, and not worth the watch. Although this source's gen is unknown, it's a significant improvment over what I had. The taper does a mix of wide angle shots, close-ups, and filming the screen. Audio is definitely decent for this show. Someone decided to add special effects - in that the word Metallica flashes across the screen from time to time. Certainly handy for those who may sit down to watch a 3+ hr concert video, and forget who they are watching mid-show. SOURCE: Unknown camera TRANSFER: low gen > 2DVD CORRECT SHOW: Yes, plenty of references to it being Lubbock. FLAWS: Nothing major other than the last two songs being cut up. Tape was most likely running out, and taper tried to get as much as he could. There are a few drop outs here and there, but overall nothing really to mention. BAND PERFORMANCE: Solid performance, though Kirk does fat finger the opening Fade to Black solo. Those things happen from time to time, and it's kind of funny to hear him try and salvage it. Otherwise, you have your standard black album show following the formula quite nicely. Not that it's a bad thing, but you pretty much know how black album shows go.