Intro Blackened Fuel Seek and Destroy Kirk's solo #1 Fade to Black For Whom the Bell Tolls Frantic King Nothing St. Anger Sad but True Creeping Death Battery I Disappear Melbourne Nothing Else Matters Master of Puppets One Enter Sandman Am I Evil? Dyers Eve QUALITY: I'm reviewing the audience recording, which is a nice up front recording. Can't believe he was able to get this good of a recording with the "in-the-round" setup and the PA hanging from the ceiling. Nice job. The only thing is the audio runs a little "hot", there is a small layer of distortion that is present on the recording. Otherwise, this is a nice capture with great instrument and vocals separation, and it picks up the energy of the show a lot better than the SBD recordings. Take the audience over the SBD :-) SOURCE: SBD > FLAC > WAV > CDR SOURCE 2: Sound Professionals AT853 (Cardoid Element) > Sound Professionals Mini Battery Box w/Bass Roll Off @ 107Hz > Sharp MD-SR60 MiniDisc > 2 Sony 80 Min Shock Absorbing MiniDisc's CONVERSION: Master MD's > Yamaha MDX-783 MiniDisc Optical Out > Sound Blaster Audigy MP3+ Optical In > Sound Forge 7 > ME Compression > CDWav > FLAC Frontend TAPER: email@example.com TIME: 125 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, LA is said many times. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Great performance by the band, and of course the debut of Dyer's Eve. Who would've thought that? A rough debut, but a debut none the less. Kirk nails the solo which is great. Great to see that they continued to bring this song out from time to time on the US tour. Definitely a surprise, and another example how Metallica does listen to the fans.