Intro Battery Master of Puppets Ride the Lightning Welcome Home (Sanitarium) For Whom the Bell Tolls Frantic Creeping Death St.Anger No Remorse w/ Dyers Eve Seek and Destroy Blackened Harvester of Sorrow Nothing Else Matters Damage, Inc. Sad but True Enter Sandman AUDIO QUALITY: A very nice recording, but that's no surprise with the equipment being used. Really nice bass to this recording, it has a heavy punch to it that's really missing on a lot of minidisc recordings. Nice and crisp instruments, vocals, just a nice recording all around. My only complaint is the taper stood near the soundboard, so the crowd chatter is a lot more than it could be if he had moved closer to the stacks. It's not bad, but I prefer recordings that are in front of the stack to reduce crowd chatter. Nothing Else Matters is a big annoying with some girl singing along..or attempting to sing is more like it. SOURCE: DPA4061s + MPS6030 battery box + Sony PCM-M1 DAT > FLAC > CDR TIME: 123 minutes DVD QUALITY: Crap - shaky from the pit, distored audio. Best left for collectors. Hard to even get a decent CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "Sing it Italy" during Puppets. Also says Italy a bunch more times. FLAWS: The DVD is missing No Remorse on... BAND PERFORMANCE: Performance is pretty good, still a little rough around the edges. James stops Ride the Lighting, and starts it over. St. Anger almost falls apart as well. Damage Inc has a couple of false starts. Good crowd interaction, the European crowds do so much better on the group sing-a-longs with the guitar. See Master of Puppets and Creeping Death on this show. James tried getting the US crowds to do it during the Summer Sanitarium tour, but I have yet to hear a show where the crowd gets it. Oh well. They were still mixing up the setlists at this point, which maybe why they are still rough around the edges.