Intro 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 Enter Sandman DVD QUALITY: You'd be hard pressed to spend any time watching this one. It's very shaky as the taper is way back, and zooms in. The shots are bouncing all over the place. Almost every song is cut, again, there are so many other videos out there. VERSION MG-Moof / InzaNe SOURCE: Master > DVD AUDIO QUALITY: Nice to get a decent upgrade, thanks sjmike. My previous copy was TAO, a combo of two nights, and probably MP3. This is verified non-mp3, complete show, with smooth track transitions. Very nice. The sound quality is still a little rough. There is distortion on bass drum throughout the recording. Can't stress enough that a bass filter is important for a loud show like this. Slightly distant with some annoying crowd moments, but otherwise listenable. One funny moment is when someone near the taper starts singing the Kid Rock version of Sad but True while they start the song. I thought that was kind of funny. SOURCE: Unknown mics > Sony MZ-N10 MD TAPER: Keith Seaton TIME: 120 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes James says Leeds a lot. There is a version that is floating around that claims to be Leeds, but it's really a partial Leeds and a part of another show to make it complete. One was cut from the set for some reason, so if you have One on your Leeds setlist, you have the wrong show. FLAWS: Video has many flaws - missing some songs, and all of the songs that are present are cut. BAND PERFORMANCE: A little rough around the edges during this show. Several rough spots in the first half of the show. False starts, missed cues etc. Things tend to smooth out during the last half. Not sure why the cut One during this set. Can't remember the last time they didn't play one during a normal gig.