Blackened
No Remorse w/ Dyers Eve teaser
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Frantic
The Thing That Should Not Be
St. Anger
Seek and Destroy
One
Battery
> Holy Diver jam
Master of Puppets
Nothing Else Matters
Creeping Death
Sad But True
Enter Sandman

AUDIO QUALITY: WOW, this show was initially released a few days after the show happened,
that copy has been traded all over the place. Metallica apparently was unhappy with
the mix, decided to remix the show, and re-released it. This is that copy that was
recently did a re-broadcast on Rockpalast. I haven't heard the original copy yet, but I
was told there is a lot of high end. This version is much more balanced, and just
all around sounds wonderful. Highly recommend.

SOURCE: Panasonic NV-HS830 (direct RCA out, no recording) > Sony DAT DTC-60ES w/ SBM @ 48kHz 
> DAT2WAV w/ Sony SDT-9000 > SSRC 48kHz > 44.1kHz > Wavelab 3.0 / fade-in/out 
> CD WAVE Editor Track splitting > WAV > MKW > SHN > CDR 
TIME: 118:20 

DVD QUALITY: MUST HAVE, great broadcast, performance, and capture. This is one of the top 5 
bootlegs to get for sure. 

SOURCE: WDR
TRANSFER: Master > DVD
TIME: 120 minutes 

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Rock-am-Ring.

FLAWS: None

BAND PERFORMANCE: Pretty nice performance by Metallica actually. I say that because
this was early in the tour, and some of the shows during the middle of this tour
were a bit "rough". James' voice is not quite into shape, but overall this is an
enjoyable show to listen to. Still mixing up the setlist which was nice. Too bad
they no longer do that. Really can't say much more than that, the outstanding quality
of this broadcast really makes this a worth while addition to anyone's collection.