For Whom the Bell Tolls
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Harvester of Sorrow
The Four Horsemen
Jason's solo
> To Live Is to Die jam
Master of Puppets
Fade to Black
Seek and Destroy > Twist of Cain jam
...And Justice for All
Creeping Death
 > Little Wing jam
> The Frayed Ends of Sanity > Mission Impossible jam
Last Caress
Am I Evil?
Damage, Inc.
Breadfan (cut)

QUALITY: Pretty decent listen, a lot of high end, not much low end.
Very little crowd noise. The taper does move around during master which
effects the quality some, but once he settles down the recording is fine again.
Very little crowd noise near the taper, so that is always nice. Not outstanding
quality, but still very enjoyable. Also sounds like the tape is running a little
fast - James' voice sounds higher than normal, and runs a bit fast. Seems to
get worse during Justice, but better after One.

SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder
TRANSFER: 1st gen tape > CDR
TIME: 112 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Most likely, although he doesn't say Houston anywhere, it's very unlikely
this show was mis labeled being a 1st gen source. Definitely the incident in
Blackened makes this show easy to not confuse it with another where he doesn't mention
the city name. 

FLAWS: I think it is bells, but there seems to be a patching problem where
a part of the song plays, there's a cut, and then the same part plays again.
Not a huge problem but just want to mention it. There are a few minor cuts here
and there, assume they were for tape flips. The end of Breadfan is cut, probably
due to the tape running out.  

BAND PERFORMANCE: Nice intense performance. Some person throws something at
one of the guys during Blackened. It's enough of a disruption that they have
to stop the song, and James yells at the guy, and gives the standard speech about
having the crowd take care of guys who throw stuff at the band. It takes them a
good minute or so to get back on track, but they finish the song and the rest of the show
is good.