Intro Battery Master of Puppets Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) For Whom the Bell Tolls Frantic Sad but True St. Anger Fuel Seek and Destroy Blackened No Remorse w/ Dyers Eve Nothing Else Matters Creeping Death One Enter Sandman AUDIO QUALITY: Source 1(DAT) is really pretty good. The taper was not close to the speakers, so the recording sounds a bit distant and echoy. However, there is very little crowd noise which is very nice. Nice equal balance between instruments. James' voice comes across pretty well. Really a pretty decent recording for being in a dome. If I were to find any fault with this, it's that the recording sounds distant. Source(2) recording has a heathly layer of distortion to it, and is definitely best left to the collector. I do appreciate the taper sending it to me though. SOURCE(1): Unknown mic > Unknown DAT SOURCE(2): Built in mic > GE analog walkman (1st gen) TIME: DVD QUALITY: Shot from Robert's side it's steady with no obstructions, just a bit distant, but still enjoyable. SOURCE: DamageInc777 TRANSFER: Master > DVD TIME: 90 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Detriot a bunch of times. FLAWS: None, thankfully there are smooth track transitions. BAND PERFORMANCE: One of the best '03 performances that I've heard thus far. The songs are much tighter than they have been, which would reflect more playing time together. The European '03 shows were pretty sloppy in my opinion with a few exceptions. This is closer to what I would expect from Metallica. Though James' voice still seems to struggle with the range he's trying to put it through. Frantic still sounds a little rough around the edges, but St. Anger does much better live. Love the opening riff for that song. Interesting thing James does before Sad but True, he starts to sing the lyrics without the music, and gets the crowd to sing it with him. It's pretty cool, but I think the whole sing along thing works better in Europe. I think this started mid-way through the European tour anyway.