Bad Seed jam So What! Creeping Death Sad but True Ain't My Bitch Hero of the Day King Nothing One Fuel 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 Seek and Destroy (Highway to Hell jam)/ Fight Fire with Fire > Pride and Joy jam Last Caress Master of Puppets Enter Sandman > Unknown jam Whiplash AUDIO QUALITY: Oh my, this is best left for die-hards only. The recorder is probably in the guys pocket or covered because it's muffled, and even then the recorder is over powered. The crowd screaming really distorts the recorder and makes it difficult to listen to. SOURCE: Unknown cassette recorder with internal mic TAPER: Russell O. TRANSFER: 1st gen cassette > Onkyo TA-RW244 > SB Live > CoolEdit > CD Wav > Flac TIME: 82 minutes DVD QUALITY: Wow, amazing video. Definitely one of the best of '97, and you should have this one. If this could get paired with a great audio source it would be incredible. As it stands though, this one should be in your collection TAPER/AUTHOR: Will Salas - Zarko SOURCE: Sony TRV-101 with Realistic Stereo Mic 33-1065 > 2DVD CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James said he needs it Metallica Austin loud, not regular Austin loud. FLAWS: Audio source cuts out during Seek. DVD is complete. BAND PERFORMANCE: I think the performance is good. Based on the crowd reaction it must've been good. However, it's hard to really specify anything due to the recording quality. Interesting that they play Fuel here, as that was typically reserved for the second night in a city.