Movie (dvd only)
Intro
Enter Sandman
Creeping Death
Harvester of Sorrow
> Third Stone from the Sun teaser
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Sad But True
Wherever I May Roam
The Unforgiven
Jason's solo 
> My Friend of Misery > Star Spangled Banner
 > Orion jam
> Killing Floor jam
Kirk's solo
> Funeral March of a Marionette jam
Nothing Else Matters
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Fade to Black
Master of Puppets
Seek and Destroy
Whiplash
One
> Cat Scratch Fever jam
Last Caress
Am I Evil? w/ Hound Dog
Damage Inc.

AUDIO QUALITY: Pretty nice quality recording on this one. The taper's friend talks a little
bit about moving to a new spot during the end of Sandman. The recording levels do
seem to run a little hot, almost to the point of distortion. Actually it does
seem to distort a little bit on the bass drum. Minor problem though really, overall
the recording is very listenable, crowd chatter is to a minimum. 

SOURCE: Unknown audience analog
TIME: 134 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Really nice, some great close-ups.  Shaky from time to time,
but overall a great video, with really good sound. 

SOURCE: Sabkisscrue/Metallifreak27
TRANSFER: 1st gen > 3DVD
TIME: 160 minutes 

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Jason says "Keeping it going Mobile" during Harvester.

FLAWS: Some of Jason's solo is cut. There is a fade out between Roam and
The Unforgiven, not sure what's missing there. There are a lot of fade
outs between songs in the last half of the concert, especially during the encores.
I assume this was to save space and be able to get this on a 2CD silver set.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Some technical difficulties at this show. Right after the intro music Enter Sandman 
doesn't start right away, there are a few scratchy guitar notes, and then after
about 30 seconds Sandman starts. Also during the first verse of Creeping Death, James' vocals
cut out, and Jason jumps in to sing the missing lyrics until James' gets to a mic that is working.
Kind of cool to hear Jason step up and sing the vocals. Also a much shorter setlist than normal.
I assume they were working out the setlist for the GnR tour coming up in a month or so. In fact,
James says "what the fuck are we doing now, we're fucking with the set here tonight." Another
nice show by the mighty met. Great to see Damage Inc in the set, love that song. Probably
the most interesting thing about this show is the change around in setlist. Previous to this
the set was pretty set in stone. Pretty nice summer 92 show overall. We also get to hear
the Killing Floor jam for the first time that will take the place of Lars and Kirk's Mistreated jam