Intro Breadfan Master of Puppets Wherever I May Roam Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) The God That Failed > ...And Justice for All > Hit the Lights > Escape teasers Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / The Four Horsemen / Phantom Lord / Fight Fire With Fire For Whom the Bell Tolls Disposable Heroes > Man in the Box > It Ain't Like That jams Seek and Destroy Kirk's solo > Unforgiven teaser Nothing Else Matters Creeping Death > Orion bass interlude Fade to Black Whiplash > A National Acrobat jam Sad but True One Enter Sandman So What? AUDIO QUALITY: Pretty rough recording, mostly because the taper is in the thick of the crowd. He and his buddy who's also taping spend most of Breadfan and Master of Puppets being moved around in the crowd. There are a few cuts as his equipment gets bumped off. He asks his buddy if his turned off, and his buddy proceeds to tell him "another advantage of the DAT, it has a lock button." Some serious taper dudes there. Another crowd member sings off key to Roam...truely pleasant. Things do settle down a bit at around Harvester, but there are still a lot of random crowd scarring. SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder TIME: 140 minutes DVD QUALITY: Not great, the taper is on the ground so you get a fair amount of obstructions, and being hand held it's quite bouncy. That being said, the audio is good, probably better than the audio source. Not sure what generation this is, but it's low. VERSION: Unknown SOURCE: low gen > 2DVD TIME: 140 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, San Diego is said a few times. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice performance here as well. The Outlaw Torn jam is coming along nicely in Seek. Sounds like it was a rowdy crowd in San Diego. Other than that, the show follows the formula very well for 1994.