Intro Breadfan Master of Puppets Of Wolf and Man * > Black Sabbath Teaser The Thing That Should Not Be * Kirk's solo * Fuel * The Memory Remains * Bleeding Me Jason's solo > w/ Play That Funky Music > The Law jams > My Friend of Misery > Welcome Home (Sanitarium) jam Kirk's solo > Harvester of Sorrow jam Seek and Destroy For Whom the Bell Tolls King Nothing Wherever I May Roam One Fight Fire With Fire Nothing Else Matters * Sad but True * Creeping Death * > Fixxxer Jam * Die, Die My Darling * Enter Sandman * > Whiskey in the Jar > Until It Sleeps Battery DVD QUALITY: The taper is pretty far back, the close-ups he does get are surprising when he zooms back and you see how far away he is. I'm not even sure he's inside the event fencing. But, due to the high zoom, it's shakey and blurry most of the time. Probably best left for collectors. AUTHOR: unknown SOURCE: 1st gen > DVD AUDIO QUALITY: Fairly decent recording, probably slightly below average. The crowd is a little loud around the taper for the most part, which is why I gave it a lower rating. There isn't any distortion. SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder TRANSFER: Minidisc 1st gen > FLAC TIME: 130 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes Milton Keynes is said a lot. FLAWS: DVD is highly incomplete songs marked with * are only on the DVD BAND PERFORMANCE: Standard 99 show, they do stop in the middle of Master because there is some sort of fight or emergency in the crowd near the stage. They delay starting Wolf to give security time to sort things out.