For Whom the Bell Tolls
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Harvester of Sorrow
The Four Horsemen
Thing That Should Not Be
Jason's solo
> To Live Is to Die jam
Creeping Death
Fade to Black
Seek and Destroy
...And Justice for All
> How Many More Times/Black Night jam
Master of Puppets
Kirk's solo
> Little Wing
> Mission Impossible > Run to the Hills 
   > Helpless jams
Last Caress

AUDIO QUALITY #1:Better than source #2 I think, but both are very listenable.  This one the 
audio is clear, no distortion, crowd is present but not annoying.  A nice listen. You can't go wrong with 
either source.

Source: unknown microphones > Sony WM-D6C
Taper: unknown
Lineage: cassette(1) > DAT(1) > DAT(2) > WAV [48] > WAV [44.1] > FLAC
cass(M)>cass(1): Sony WM-D6C > Nakamichi 550 
cass(1)>DAT(1): unknown Sony 3 head cassette deck > Sony PCM-R500
DAT(1)>DAT(2): Sony TCD-D100 > Sony PCM-R500
Transfer: Tascam DA-20mkII > M-Audio Audiophile 2496 > Sound Forge
Edits/EQ: none

AUDIO QUALITY #2: Really pretty nice sounding show. Upfront, clear, now distortion.
Crowd scarring to a minimum.  Very nice. This source has a lot of talking near the taper
during the intro, so to help differentiate which source you have. 

SOURCE: Unknown audience analog
TIME: 130 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: I believe so. Another summer show where James doesn't say the city name.
James does say this is the second performance of Thing. Will need to listen to the 
previous MN shows to confirm. Also note Creeping Death and Master of Puppets swapping
spots on the set.  So a couple of things that make this show unique to validate against
your shows.

FLAWS: none

BAND PERFORMANCE: Great energy tonight. Horsemen and Thing are killer as well as Battery.
Great performances for sure.  Creeping Death does not work at all after Jason's solo.
It is a really awkward transition.  I can't imagine they tried this too many more times.