Intro Breadfan Master of Puppets Wherever I May Roam The Thing that Should not Be Kirk's solo Fuel Memory Remains Bleeding Me Jason's solo w/ Play that Funky Music > The Law teasers > My Friend of Misery > Welcome Home (Sanitarium) jam Kirk's solo > Harvester of Sorrow teaser Seek and Destroy For Whom the Bell Tolls King Nothing Whiskey in the Jar One Fight Fire with Fire Nothing Else Matters Sad But True Creeping Death Die, Die My Darling Enter Sandman > Sabbra Cadbra > Until it Sleeps jams Battery AUDIO QUALITY: A nice recording for sure. The only issue is a lack of treble, probably due to the fact that that it was recorded at 32Khz. Otherwise, very little crowd noise, and good instrument separation. I have two other sources for this show, with possibly a fourth existing. The other two I have, one is a Minidisc source and not good. The other is a unknown DAT, nice quality but not complete. I would recommend this one above the other two. SOURCE: Marantz em-8 > D8(32Khz) TIME: 133 minutes DVD QUALITY: Shot from Jason's side, it's pretty good, but a bit shaky and more than a few obstructions of heads from people around the taper. However, you get some really nice shots 80% of the video. SOURCE: Unknown TRANSFER: 1st gen > DL-DVD TIME: 130 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Paris is said several times. FLAWS: There is a short cut right before Die, Die, as if the recording was stopped during an encore break. BAND PERFORMANCE: Lars ends the recording by saying this is one of his favorite places to play. I think the peformance reflects that. Nice solid performance. Kind of funny at the end Lars tells everyone that it's Kirk's birthday. Which prompts the crowd to start singing Happy Birthday. The joke being that Kirk's birthday is in November, but they always seem to be in Paris during Kirk's birthday. They no longer do the Black Sabbath teaser before Thing, I wonder if that's a permanent thing or just tonight.