Intro
Enter Sandman
Creeping Death
Harvestor of Sorrow
 > Third Stone from the Sun teasers
Welcome Home(Sanitarium)
Sad But True
Wherever I May Roam
Jason's solo
> My Friend of Misery > A National Acrobat
 >  Orion jams
Through the Never
The Unforgiven
Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / Frayed Ends of Sanity /
 And Justice for All / Blackened 
> Lars and Jason jam
Lars' solo > War Pigs > Raining Blood > One
 > Heartbreaker > Smoke on the Water
 > Mistreated jam
Kirk's solo
  > Funeral March of the Marionette jam
Nothing Else Matters
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Fade to Black
Whiplash
 > La Grange
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
One
Last Caress
Am I Evil?
Damage Inc.
Stone Cold Crazy

QUALITY: A lot of hiss associated with this recording, and the quality is not great. In fact,
it's louder in the right channel than in the left. Kind of annoying listening to it this way.
This is a pretty uncirculated show as of 2003, but it's poor quality can be attributed to that
verses it really being a rare show. James' vocals are easy to pick out. Guitars, bass, and drums
are kind of mixed together. You can still tell what songs are being played, but it's definitely
not a great recording. Pretty distant too, not sure where the taper was sitting, but he wasn't close
to a speaker stack that's for sure. Actually on the second tape, the sound quality improves
slightly, then gets really bad during from One, but again improves during the last
dueling solo part. Have to recommend this one for the die-hards...

SOURCE: Unknown audience analog
TIME: 160 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Hampton is said around 900 times throughout the show.

FLAWS: My cassette copy has the first tape flip in the middle of the Orion jam. Also,
Nothing Else Matters is split for the switch from tape 1 to tape 2. The second tape flip
happens during One. If I ever put this to cd, there will be cuts in these songs.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Band performance is great, pretty much what you'd expect from them this 
stage in the tour. Lots of good crowd noise, which usually indicates a great show. Not really
much else to report other than it was another black album show, in another city in the US. Setlist
is by now pretty predictable, and they stick to the forumla quite well. Although the addition
of Stone Cold Crazy is always cool. Nice jam to ZZ Top's La Grange before Master of Puppets. Someone 
chucks a bottle at James, and he get's pissed of course, tells the crowd to kick the guy's ass. Hopefully
they did.