Intro
Creeping Death
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Ride the Lightning
Disposable Heroes
Kirk's solo #1
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
...And Justice for All
The Memory Remains
The Four Horsemen
Jungle Essence
Orion
Fade to Black
Master of Puppets 
Whiplash
Sad but True
Kirk's solo #2
Nothing Else Matters
One
Enter Sandman
> London Dungeon teaser
Last Caress
Seek and Destroy
> Let there be Rock jam

AUDIO QUALITY: Here's notes from the taper:

Well, it's not the best recording out there. I was too careful with level control, had trouble 
with my batt box, and because of that I recorded only one channel by accident. Also, I don't know which 
roll-off setting I used, I had set it to 160Hz but switches got flipped in my pocket and I really don't 
know..they were in a position not described in the manual. I edited it a bit to make it sound louder and 
duplicated one channel to make it stereo. I was standing about 100-150 metres from the stage, behind the 
second stack of speakers.

Quite honestly, I think the recording is a lot better than the taper is giving credit. It sounds a little
distant, so there is some swirling of the music from time to time. However, there is no distortion and very
little crowd scarring. Definitely a lot better than some of the other recordings that surfaced. Kudos to the
taper. Also nice to get this in lossless (well as lossless as you can get with minidisc). There was a
mp3 source floating around shortly after the show happened.

TAPER: Stokvis
EQUIPMENT: SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-8 (bass rolloff @unknown setting) > Sony MZ-N1 (with Maxell XL-II md)
TRANSFER: Sony MZ-N1 > Soundblaster 1024 > Audacity > WAV > FLAC
DURATION: 2:17:42

FLAWS: none

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Werchter is said 1000 times.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Great performance, the band is very happy to be playing Werchter for the 6th
time now. Nice setlist, always love Orion when it's in the set. Not much else to add.