Opening Lars talking The Ecstasy Of Gold (missing) Enter Sandman Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow > Third Stone from the Sun teaser Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Sad But True Wherever I May Roam Jason's solo > My Friend of Misery > Dazed and Confused > Orion jams Through The Never The Unforgiven Eye of the Beholder / Blackened / Frayed Ends of Sanity / And Justice for All / Blackened > Mistreated jam Kirk's Solo > Funeral March of a Marionette jam Nothing Else Matters For Whom the Bell Tolls Fade to Black Whiplash > La Grange jam Master of Puppets Seek and Destroy One Last Caress Am I Evil? Battery VIDEO QUALITY: Kind of your standard black album video camera angle. The zooms aren't great, and the faces are washed out in the lights. I would say the VHS used to transfer this was probably either 3rd or 4th if I were to make an uneducated guess. The camera man does switch between the stage and filming the screens, but it's mostly filming the stage. Audio is good, though it does run a bit hot and you can tell it's on the edge of distortion. Overall, it's a decent enough video to add to the collection. Especially since this went uncirculated for so long. However, if you are the casual collector, you'll probably want to skip this one if you are just picking out the best DVDs from the black album tour. SOURCE: Unknown camera TRANSFER: low gen > 2DVD CORRECT SHOW: Yes, there are a few references to it being Casper. FLAWS: none. BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice and energetic performance by the band. The Metallica machine was good and running by the time this show hit, so there are really no surprises at this point. One intersting thing is there is no Lars drum solo. They go from the Justice Medley, right into the Mistreated jam. Not sure why, maybe there was a time constraint, Lars didn't feel like doing one? Who knows. In the end, it's just another hot night of metal mid-way through the black album tour.