Creeping Death 
For Whom the Bell Tolls 
Fade to Black (power cut)
Leper Messiah (power cut)
 > Highway Star jam
Phantom Lord 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Seek and Destroy 
Master of Puppets
 > Run to the Hills > Holy Diver jams 
Last Caress 
Am I Evil? 
Crash Course in Brain Surgery 
Small Hours (cut)
The Wait 
Helpless (cut)

AUDIO QUALITY: Audio is fairly decent for the recording venue.  

VIDEO QUALITY: Video quality isn't great, but there are some things stacked against
the taper.  Number 1, the venue is very small and very dark. With lighting so
poor, it's really tough to get detailed shots. The second, because the venue
is so small and the crowd so crazy the security guards stand on stage, so many
times you have a security guy blocking the view.  That being said, due to the
nature of the gig, and this being sourced from 2nd gen, get it.  It's a
great video to have, and most people probably do. 

Filming type: Audience
Generation: 2nd gen
Video format: PAL
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Total running time: 103 mins

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, no other show is like this.


BAND PERFORMANCE: Metallica decided to do a warm up gig before three festival
shows in August.  Previous to the '98 shows this was the only way to hear
some of Garage Days Re-Revisited live. In fact, it is still the only live version
of Crash Course in Brain Surgery to this day. Sweaty show for sure, Brian Tatler
joins them on guitar for Helpless.  Jason does some serious headbanging during
Creeping Death, ouch!  Great show, definitely a special show to add to the collection.