Hit the Lights
The Four Horsemen
Leper Messiah
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Harvester of Sorrow
Sad but True
St. Anger
Master of Puppets
No Remorse w/ Dyers Eve teaser
Nothing Else Matters
Damage, Inc. 
Creeping Death
Enter Sandman

AUDIO QUALITY: Recording is pretty rough, standard for the ECM-DS70P. The taper is pretty
far back from the stage so the crowd is very present. Singing, yelling, obviously very
happy to be seeing Metallica. Which is the way it should be I guess. Fair amount
of distortion on this recording as well. Probably best left for die hard collectors.

SOURCE: ECM-DS70P mic > Sony MZ-R909 MD
TIME: 130 minutes

VIDEO QUALITY: Pretty rough, way up on Robert's side. It's really distant, and shaky, but
in the beginning the taper does a lot of close-ups, but around St. Anger the close-ups
get less and less.  Not the best by any means. 

SOURCE:  Dirk / Sacha
TRANSFER: 1st Gen > 2DVD
TIME: 130 minutes.


FLAWS: Clicks between tracks, probably won't fix since the recording is pretty rough.
The DVD cuts in at the end of Hit the Lights. 

BAND PERFORMANCE: I know this show for me personally was a big sigh of releif. After all of
the turmoil, Jason leaving, rehab, therapist, etc. etc. nothing beats Metallica in
front of a large crowd. It was very nice to see and hear. Excluding the Fillmore shows, the
prison gig, a TV show, and a short set at Donington, this was the first real Metallica
live gig since 2000. Like I said, very nice to see and hear. Performance is a bit rusty, but
that's okay, the opening numbers from this set are great. Some mistakes in No Remorse, but Damage
Inc smokes and is always good to see in the set.