Creeping Death
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Ride the Lightning
Disposable Heroes
Kirk's solo #1
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
...And Justice for All
The Memory Remains
The Four Horsemen
Fade to Black
Master of Puppets
Kirk's solo #3
Wherever I May Roam
Kirk's solo #4
Nothing Else Matters
Enter Sandman
Stone Cold Crazy
Seek and Destroy
> Let There Be Rock jam

AUDIO QUALITY: Basically the crowd over powers the recording, singing even over James. You'd be hard
pressed to listen to this over the live Metallica release. No offense to the taper, the music sounds
pretty good when there is no singing, but the crowd singing lyric for lyric gets annoying very fast.

SOURCE: Iriver H120 with Rockbox Software, Sony ECM-719 Mic
TRANSFER:  PC USB >> Adobe Audtion 2.0 (EQ, Normalize, Fades) >> WAV >> FLAC
TIME: 158 minutes
TAPER: ChristophFe

VIDEO QUALITY: Considering where this taper is at, this is an incredibly well shot
video. He's essentially in the pit filming - a la 7/88 East Rutherford taping spot. He
has some incredible close-ups, he must have a heck of a zoom lense. There are a fair
amount of hands, but those are pretty minor compared too the overwhelming majority of
great close up this guy gets. The Livemetallica audio is sync'd with the version I have.
Great colors on the picture as well, all in all a really impressive video for being shot
in the pit area.

SOURCE: Unknown camera
TIME: 158 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says Vienna a bunch of times.

FLAWS: Creeping Death is cut from the audio source.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Pretty good performance, there are a few moments where things get off - Orion,
but not really bad, and it's still an really enjoyable show. All in all, I would recommend getting
teh video over the audience audio if you are looking for non professional sources. Kirk does
a pretty cool interlude before Nothing Else Matters. I wonder if that will end up on the new