> Small Hours jam So What? Creeping Death Sad but True Ain't My Bitch Whiplash Fade to Black King Nothing One Until It Sleeps For Whom the Bell Tolls Wherever I May Roam Nothing Else Matters Enter Sandman > Ronnie jam Last Caress Master of Puppets Overkill > Devil's Dance jam Motorbreath AUDIO QUALITY: There is a slight layer of distortion on this recording, it almost seems a little overdriven. Still very listenable of course, music is up front on the recording, crowd is very minimal. There are some flaws from the master, see below. SOURCE: high-end mics > DAT deck > DATM (prob. Schoeps MK4 > Tascam DA-P1) LINEAGE: DATM > CDRM > CDR2 > FLAC TAPER: J.K. TIME: 97 minutes VIDEO QUALITY: Same as the previous night, steady as it's tripod shot. Decent close-ups, you just have those columns in the way from time to time. Highly recommend, and nice to see this one finally out. This one was hoarded for some reason for quite some time. VERSION: pillgrimsprogress / Metallifreak27 SOURCE: MASTER > 2DVD TIME: 100 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes. Kirk says thanks S.F. FLAWS: D1t02-03 fade in/out (no idea why), D1t08-09 little diginoise, D1t11 @ 0:02 dropout, D1t11 @ 7:14 plop, D2t04 @ 3:26 dropout BAND PERFORMANCE: This was the second warm-up gig before heading out to Lollapalooza. This would be pretty much the setlist for that tour. Jim Martin of Faith-no-More fame joins in to help with Last Caress. A lot of intensity in this performance, you can really tell in Creeping Death and Whiplash, both songs are tight and fast. After listening to nothing but 2003 and 2004 show for the last month or so it's weird to hear Jason on backing vocals. A nice one to have for the warm-up gig vibe. King Nothing needs two tries to get it right.