Master of Puppets
Wherever I May Roam
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The God That Failed
 > ...And Justice for All teaser
Ride the Lightning > No Remorse > The Four Horsemen 
> Phantom Lord > Fight Fire With Fire
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Disposable Heroes
(Jason has health issues)
 > London Dungeon jam
Seek and Destroy
Creeping Death
Sad but True
Enter Sandman
So What?

AUDIO QUALITY: Distant with a lot of crowd. Distortion
is present.  Still listenable in the end.

SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder
TRANSFER: unknown gen cassette > Creative Soundblaster Audigy Platinum > Goldwave 
                  > CDWAVE > WAV (transferred by Jeff S.)

DVD QUALITY: Shot from Jason's side pretty far back, but above all the heads.
The only bummer is it's windy this evening, and the wind hits the mics quite
a bit.  

TAPER/AUTHOR: Will Salas _ I-vanm

TIME: 100 minutes

FLAWS: NEM, Fade, and One were not played

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, with Jason having health issues, this is definitely a unique show.
On the video Kirk and Lars say thank you New Hampshire.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Well the most unique thing at this show was the fact
that Jason had some health issues during Disposable.  In an interview,
he describes something happening in his neck where he couldn't feel his
hands.  Too much headbanging or something. They stop after Heroes and 
check him out.  The other three do a pretty cool London Dungeon jam with lyrics,
and then tell some Nirvana jokes.  Once they realize that Jason needs
more time, they go off stage. They do come back obviously with Jason providing
only vocals. At this point they cut out some songs to make curfew. No A National
Acrobat jam tonight as they didn't do an encore trying to make curfew. Jason takes
the stage in vocals only style. Definitely a unique show.