> Bad Seed jam
So What?
Master of Puppets
King Nothing
Sad but True
Kirk's solo
The Memory Remains
Bleeding Me
Jason's solo
 w/ Play That Funky Music > The Law teasers
> My Friend of Misery/Welcome Home(Sanitarium) jam
Nothing Else Matters
Until It Sleeps
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Wherever I May Roam
Ride the Lightning > No Remorse > Hit the Lights
 > The Four Horsemen > Seek and Destroy > Fight Fire With Fire
Low Man's Lyric (acoustic)
The Four Horsemen (acoustic)
Motorbreath (acoustic)
> Supernaut jam
Creeping Death
Enter Sandman
> Slow and Easy jam

AUDIO QUALITY: Good audio, probably one of the better Japan shows. Though there is one guy by 
the taper that goes "wooo" a lot.  Gets a bit annoying at times. Otherwise, the music
is clean no distortion, maybe slightly muffled, but a good balance of instruments. 

SOURCE: DAT source > 3rd gen cassette > FLAC
TIME: 130 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Tokyo and Budokon are said a few times.

FLAWS: None.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Interesting jam on Sabbath's Supernaut. Not sure I've ever heard them do
that before.  Other than that, the Japan tour is wrapping up with two nights in the Budokon.
Pretty much every band has done a live album at the Budokon, and named it Live at the Budokon.
It must be some rule or something.  Anyway, Jason mentions to the crowd how special it
is to finally play the Budokon.  He normally didn't talk before his bass solo during the
Load/Reload tour.