Creeping Death
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Fade to Black
Leper Messiah
Phantom Lord
Welcome Home(Sanitarium)
Seek and Destroy
Master of Puppets
 > Run to the Hills
Last Caress
Am I Evil?

QUALITY: Fairly decent recording, you can tell it's outdoors and the taper
is some what distant. It's certainly listenable, but probably not up to par
with this taper's other recordings. Sometimes the environment just doesn't lend
itself to taping.

SOURCE: Aiwa CM-30A Mics > Sony WM-D6 Analog Walkman
TRANSFER: Analog Master (2x TDK SA 90 chrom) > AIWA AD-WX909 Tapedeck > Soundblaster Live 5.1(line-in) >
      Wavelab 3.0 > 3x WAV > Lite-on LTR 12101B CDR-Burner > 2x CDR-MASTER (Maxwell CD-R 80 XL)
      > Pioneer DVD-ROM DVD-116 PC-DRIVE > EAC > WAV > MKW > SHN
TIME: 96 minutes
TAPER: Haki Reumont

CORRECT SHOW: Yes. Donnington is said once or twice.

FLAWS: none 

BAND PERFORMANCE: My history might be a bit off here, but I think Lars mentioned this
performance of Donnington as terrible. I don't really detect any "off moments" other than
James or Kirk starts Fade to Black right before Sanitarium. He realizes his mistake in that
they already played the song when the rest of the band starts playing Sanitarium. Kind of funny.
Leper Messiah's 2nd time being played live, and Phantom Lord makes an appearance from the old
days. James makes fun of the lyrics to Lord, and tells people to make up their own lyrics.