Battery Master of Puppets Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home(Sanitarium) For Whom the Bell Tolls Frantic Sad but True St. Anger No Remorse w/ Dyers Eve Seek and Destroy Blackened Fuel Nothing Else Matters Creeping Death One Enter Sandman QUALITY: Pretty nice recording, though it sounds a little hollow. If that makes sense. The instruments aren't as crisp as they could be. Not sure if this due to the venue sound or a limitation in the Core Sound Binaurals. Lars' cymbals are really loud, and some times over powers the guitars. All in all, it's still a nice recording. Almost zero crowd chatter, which is always nice. SOURCE: CSB > D8 CONVERSION: A7->Monster cable->digital soundcard->CDWave->Soundforge (EQ)->.wav->.shn TAPER: Mike S. TIME: 120 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Atlanta a lot. FLAWS: It is missing the intro music, otherwise flawless. BAND PERFORMANCE: Band performance is pretty good. There are some parts where they get out of sync, but that seems to be the trend on these early SS '03 shows. They tighten it up by the end. Nothing too out of the ordinary at this show, by this time the setlist has been set in stone. It's nice to hear James' isn't doing the exact same in between song chatter. This wasn't the case is some of the other tours. Not sure if I've said this before in another review, but I do miss Jason's background vocals. Kirk and Rob do their best, but that was definitely Jason's "thing" during the live show.