Intro Creeping Death Fuel For Whom the Bell Tolls >...And Justice For All teaser The Unforgiven ...And Justice For All Sad but True The Memory Remains Fade to Black Master of Puppets Battery Wherever I May Roam One Enter Sandman > Call of Ktulu teaser The Four Horsemen Seek and Destroy > Let There Be Rock outro AUDIO QUALITY: I'm not personally happy with how this master turned out. It's quite possible my mics were not plugged in all the way. There are moments of static, and in Unforgiven and Master there 2-3 second drop outs. It also sounds really hollow. The crowd, location, and overall sound made this show a mess. Just get the soundboard :-) Source: Source: Sanken COS 11s-pt RM > bass filter > Sony PCM-M1 (oade) Transfer: M1 > Core Sound 7-pin > Creative Labs Platinum Audigy > Adobe Audition (44Khz/EQ) > CDWAVE > WAV TIME: 90 minutes TAPER: Me DVD QUALITY: The taper starts out the first 1/3 of the show on the ground. You can imagine that there is a lot of shaking, heads, and hands in the way. Bells is completely blocked. During the Unforgiven the taper gets to a spot where he's above the crowd, and the DVD quality greatly improves. There is still some minor shaking, but definitely enjoyable to watch. It's also sync'd with Live Met so the audio is great. TRANSFER: MASTER > 2DVD AUTHOR: Invaders CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Tucson is said a lot. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Great performance, tons of energy. It was great to see the band again. This was the largest event in Tucson in 30 years. Metallica sounded great, James' voice sounded great as well. There are a few rust spots noticible in Sad but True, and a few spots where Lars gets out of time in One and one other song. Great to hear And Justice for All in it's entirety since I missed the Justice tour.