Intro Breadfan Master of Puppets Wherever I May Roam The God that Failed Fade to Black 2x4 Kill/Ride Medley For Whom the Bell Tolls Devil's Dance Donington Medley Creeping Death Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Harvester of Sorrow Remember Tomorrow Jam/The Unforgiven Jam Nothing Else Matters Sad but True One Last Caress Seek and Destroy (London Dungeon Jam/The Outlaw Torn Jam) Enter Sandman So What! QUALITY: Pretty average recording on this one, the high end might be a little too overpowering. The crowd is very loud on the recording, sometimes loud enough to distort the mics when they yell and sing. Still a good listen, and worth getting for the vibe and the lack of shows in '95. The Donnington Medley is hilarious - James' saying do you guys like Machine Head' Everyone cheers, Kirk "plays Smoke on the water", James "not the album man...I think they got it" hehe, not sure how many people got the joke, but I think it's funny. TAPER: S.M. SOURCE: Binaural mics > DAT deck > DATM LINEAGE: DATM > CDRM > CDR2 > SHN TIME: 140 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Donnington is said several times. FLAWS: None BAND PERFORMANCE: This show starts out pretty funny with the Intro music being cut and some guy coming on the PA to say "With the recent death of heavy metal, Metallica has been cancelled". James says some choice words and yells "Breadfan". It's funny to listen to the crowds reaction. Another good performance at Donnington, '95 was obviously a limited year for touring. So get them all. The debut of two new songs Devil's Dance, and a much faster version of 2x4. I remember back in '95 getting these two songs in the mail almost a week after this show happened. I was pretty estatic to get new Metallica songs. Metallica was definitely in a good mood during this show, very loose with a lot of jamming. See the Donington medley, London Dungeon, and an early Outlaw Torn jam. The Remember Tomorrow jam is with lyrics. Definitely get this show, as it's unique one I think. "Donington Medley" includes short jams on: Holier / Smoke on the Water / Slow and Easy / More Human Than Human / Welcome to the Jungle / Black Magic / Youth Gone Wild.