Enter Sandman 
Creeping Death 
Harvester of Sorrow 
Fade to Black 
Sad but True 
Master of Puppets 
Seek and Destroy 
For Whom the Bell Tolls 
 > Wherever I May Roam jam
Last Caress 
Am I Evil? 

AUDIO QUALITY: Decent quality, but overall distant and a lot of crowd around the taper. Really
hard to come away with a good recording at these types of festival concerts. 

Taper: Stephane
Gear: Aiwa CM30a mic > Sony WMD6
Transferred & mastered by }{eywood
Lineage: TDK SA90 cassette (1) > Optimus SCT-57 playback deck > Adobe Audition 1.5 (recording to .wav @ 24/96, speed correction, ENR ,EQ, peak limiting, splits & fades) > Xrecode II (conversion to 16/44.1) > TLH (sector alignment, flac 8)

VIDEO QUALITY: Filmed from the pit, so there are a lot of heads and hands
in the way. It's pretty shakey too, so not the best video from this
era.  Audio comes across okay there is distortion present. The true audio
source sounds much better.  

SOURCE: 1st gen > DVD

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Jason says "Scanning the scene down in Hasselt tonight"

FLAWS: None.

BAND PERFORMANCE: I find watching these early Monsters of Rock shows kind of weird.
The insanity of the black alubm had not quite hit yet, the black album has only
been out a few weeks.  So it's funny to see Metallica on these tours not in 
a headlining slot.  Granted AC/DC is a worthy headline in '91, but the two
bands definitely went in two different directions after this tour. These
shows still have the Justice style feel to them.  Play music, very little
talking, smart ass remarks to the crowd.  Good show. Also, funny to think
when I first started getting these shows in back in late '91, I was so excited
to hear the Roam jam...couldn't wait to hear that song live.  Then by the
end of the black album tour I was skipping that song.