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 AUDIO QUALITY: The audio is really pretty nice. Fairly close sounding with limited crowd noise. Very little crowd chatter near the taper, which is nice. Certainly one of the better captures of this tour. Nice job to the taper. SOURCE: Core Sound Binaurals>Sharp MD-MT90>MD M>CDR TRANSFER: CDR > FLAC TIME: 120 minutes VIDEO QUALITY: The video is shot from Robert's side, and looks to be shot from the second level, almost even with the stage. Close ups are pretty good. This dvd is sourced from the master, so it's nice and crisp. My biggest complaint from this video is the camera guys on stage. Seriously do you need to get two feet away from the band members to film - isn't that why they make zoom lenses? SOURCE: Unknown TRANSFER: MASTER > DVD TIME: 120 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "show me what you got Toronto" FLAWS: None. BAND PERFORMANCE: Band performance is good. They are having sound problems on stage throughout the show. If you watch the video, you can see James walking around trying to get the problems sorted out. He's clearly pissed. Something you miss when you just listen to the audio. Other than that it's a pretty no non-sense show. Could be that the band just wanted to finish the show due to the monitor probelms. The in between song chatter seems pretty short compared to others. James apologizes for the sound problems a few times, even says he wishes he was in a better mood. It's nothing that you can hear on the recording, so I'm assuming it was with their monitors. Not sure, but it makes it a slightly more unique show over some of the others.