Intro from James Battery w/ Dave Lombardo from Slayer The Four Horsemen w/ Dave Lombardo from Slayer For Whom the Bell Tolls w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Creeping Death w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Seek and Destroy w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Fade to Black w/ Flemming (Lars' Drum Tech) Wherever I May Roam w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Last Caress w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Sad but True w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Nothing Else Matters w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Enter Sandman w/ Joey Jordison from Slipknot Extras: Enter Sandman (Donnington 6-6-04 Pro shot) Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit Has Gone out of Hand (CMT Outlaws 2004 James Hetfield and Bob Rock) QUALITY: Okay video shot on this one, it's handheld in the middle of the crowd so it's shakey and there are plenty of heads and hands that get in the way. There are some decent shots, but it's not a great video. It is cool to see the band interact with the various drummers helping them out with cues and encouragement. SOURCE: RZK TRANSFER: MASTER > 2DVD TIME: 52 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Download, Donnington are said many times. Plus this is the show that Lars missed. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Certainly the most unique show of the 03-04 St. Anger tour. Lars was unable to drum for this show due to an illness that put him in the hospital. Dave Lombardo (slayer), Joey Jordison (Slipknot), and Flemming (Drum tech) step in to take over drums. Over all the show comes off pretty well, some of the live nuances that the four normal members have are missing, and the drums pretty much follow the studio tracks. So there are some moments of stiff transitions, but hell what can you expect, these guys probably only had a few hours to pull this together. Definitely a cool show to listen to.