Intro Creeping Death For Whom the Bell Tolls Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Harvester of Sorrow No Remorse The Four Horsemen Shortest Straw Jason's solo > To Live is to Die Jam Whiplash Fade to Black Seek and Destroy w/ Symptom of the Universe Blackened One Master of Puppets Kirk's solo > This Kid's jam Battery > Frayed Ends of Sanity jam Last Caress Am I Evil? Helpless Breadfan Motorbreah QUALITY: Some hiss associated with this recording, which is not surprising considering it is from the '90s, and was transferred from a mid-gen cassette. The instruments are pretty balanced, but James' vocals comes across louder than the music. So there is a slight mis-match. The crowd isn't too loud, which is nice. Actually a pretty good job by the taper over all. It'd be interesting to see how a 1st gen sounds compared to what I have converted. I transferred this show to CDR myself, track transitions are clean and smooth. For some reason I transferred this to three cds, I have no idea why. I can get it on to 2 cds. SOURCE: Unknown mic > Unknown audience analog TIME: 130 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "Scanning the scene in Glasgow tonight" during Seek. FLAWS: There are a few minor cuts here and there that are associated with tape flips. Nothing is really cut from the performance itself. BAND PERFORMANCE: Good performance by the band, as usual. For just a few shows in the 90's this was a really good setlist. Shortest Straw making it this tour, and the No Remorse/Horsemen medley is pretty cool. Pretty loose feel to this show, James interacts with the crowd a bit more than normal. I like Jason's solo during this tour. The solos during the Justice and Black Album tour, I thought, were boring. Not the case this tour. Blackened does better as an opener, than James doing his cursing chant with the crowd, and then saying "Blackened". Seems out of place here. Strange to think that for as much as the crowd was into this show, the black album had yet to be released. These 1990 shows are like a bridge between the "stuffiness" of the Justice tour, and the "stream-lined machine" of the black album tour. Pretty sad that I even came up with that observation really. Last night of the mini-UK Tour, with Warrior Soul opening.