Creeping Death 
Harvester of Sorrow 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 
Of Wolf and Man 
Wherever I May Roam 
The Thing that Should not Be 
> Third Stone from the Sun teaser
The Unforgiven 
Disposable Heroes 
> Born Under a Bad Sign teaser
Jason's solo
 > My Friend of Misery > Star Spangled Banner teasers
> Orion > To Live is to Die jams
Kirk's solo
> Call of Ktulu jam
Kirk's solo (cont)
The Four Horsemen 
For Whom the Bell Tolls 
Fade to Black 
Master of Puppets 
Seek and Destroy 
Nothing Else Matters 
Sad but True 
Last Caress 
Enter Sandman 
So What?

AUDIO QUALITY: Pretty good quality. The major downfall is the taper is far from the stage and
the crowd is a little heavy on the recording. Some try to sing when they shouldn't. The 
recording is nice when the crowd isn't loud, instruments are clear no distortion. Up until
recently this recording was in circulation without So what. Thanks to an upgrade the
full version is now in circulation, though I don't know how many people will bother to
upgrade for 

SOURCE: Unknown audience analog
TIME: 153 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Supposedly from a 1st gen, but can't confirm since I don't know who the author
was on this.  That being said, it's a bit of a tough video to watch - lots of shakiness,
obstructions, bluriness, etc.  Hats off to the taper, it's just tough some days.

AUTHOR: Unknown
SOURCE: 1st(?) gen > 2DVD
TIME: 150 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Helsinki is said many times. 

FLAWS: A few digital static moments in Creeping. Otherwise smooth track transitions and
no other major flaws.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Overall a solid performance, nothing really standout about this show.
James' vocals have a few moments where they crack, but nothing bad. Again after 2 years
of singing who can blame him. Really nothing more to add about this show. The shows from
the black album rarely deviated from the script. Though for some reason they play
Whiplash tonight instead of Battery...getting crazy tonight!