No Remorse w/ Dyers Eve
Ride the Lightning
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The Thing That Should Not Be
Creeping Death
Leper Messiah
Master of Puppets
Harvester of Sorrow
Seek and Destroy
Hit the Lights
> The Frayed Ends of Sanity jam
So What?
Damage, Inc.

QUALITY: Recording came out really good, if I were to find any flaws I think the low end
is a little too over-powering. The high end doesn't come across as well as it should for
the equipment. I'm not sure if the taper uses a bass filter or not. Still it is a minor
complaint, it's still a very good recording and a must have for the rehearsal show

SOURCE: DPA 4061s > Sony PCM-101 DAT (1st gen)

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, I was there :-)

FLAWS: none

BAND PERFORMANCE: Whew, what a show. Having attended this show personally, this one is
obviously extra special. The band was healthier, happier, and more energized than I've ever
seen before. Even on the audio recording you can feel the energy. Rehearsal mistakes aside,
this is a great show. I mean it's 2003, and the setlist consists of songs off of the first
four albums...can you ask for anything more? It's so nice to hear the bass rumble verses
a bass that is being played with a pick. Check out Leper Messiah as an example, awesome. 
The No Remorse ending contains a Dyer's Eve jam, probably about as close as we'll get to
Dyer's eve being played. Who knows, maybe some day. Great to see full versions of No Remorse,
and Ride the Lightning. Also good to see Harvester of Sorrow back in the set. All in all,
this was just a great show to be at and to hear. Of the four nights at the Fillmore, I think
this was the best set.