Master of Puppets 
Wherever I May Roam 
Harvester of Sorrow 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 
The God That Failed 
> Eye of the Beholder > Hit the Lights > Escape jams
Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / The Four Horsemen 
 / Phantom Lord / Fight Fire With Fire
For Whom the Bell Tolls 
Disposable Heroes
 > Natural Thing jam
Seek and Destroy 
Kirk's solo 
 > Unforgiven teaser
Nothing Else Matters 
Creeping Death 
 > Orion bass teaser
Fade to Black 
 > A National Acrobat jam
Sad but True 
Enter Sandman
London Dungeon (w/ Danzig)
Last Caress (w/ Danzig)
Green Hell (w/ Danzig)
So What? (w/ Suicidal Tendencies)

AUDIO QUALITY: This recording although done with a DAT has a fair amount
of distortion on the bass and bass drum. It's still very listenable, but
not great. Almost no crowd noise which is nice. There is an official
bootleg cd from this show, possibly the same source but I need to
compare. At any rate, this is longer and has the ending thank yous
which were cut on the bootleg.

SOURCE: Realistic 33-1065 Stereo mic > D7
TAPER: Jerry B.
TIME: 150 minutes

SOURCE2: Review coming some day, it's average quality.

DVD QUALITY: Mid gen - hopefully a lower gen will come out some day since it's
such a unique show for this tour.  Distant and fuzzy.

TIME: 150 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Jason says "Scanning the scene in the windy city
tonight." He also says "Alright Chicago"

FLAWS: Some of the crowd noise is cut out during one of the encores. No music is missing.

BAND PERFORMANCE:This being one of my favorite tours, the band is on tonight. Top this
show off with the Danzig guest appearance and a very rare Green Hell and London Dungeon,
and this show is definitely a must have from the 1994 tour. Also Suicidal comes on stage
during So What. Possibly Robert Trujillo's first stage performance with Metallica ;-)
Lots of fireworks going off in the crowd as this is the day before the 4th of July in the US.  
They do a rare UFO Natural Thing teaser, thanks to Pestilance for clearing that one up
for me.