Master of Puppets
Of Wolf and Man
> Black Sabbath teaser
The Thing that Should not Be
Kirk's solo
The Memory Remains
Bleeding Me
Jason's Solo
 w/ Play that Funky Music > The Law teasers
> Where the Wild Things Are jam 
Nothing Else Matters
Until it Sleeps
King Nothing
Wherever I May Roam
Fight Fire with Fire
Low Man's Lyric (acoustic)
The Four Horsemen (acoustic)
 > Stairway to Heaven teaser
Last Caress (acoustic)
 > Fixxxer jam
Sad but True
Enter Sandman
 > Whiskey in the Jar jam
Creeping Death

VIDEO QUALITY: Pretty much shit video, it's only improved because it has been paired with decent audio.
Back in '98 the CBL guys were selling stuff left and right, and they filmed this and then sold it for $25-$30.
It's a side angle of the screen, with obstructions here and there.  I waited a long time to get this
just because I was so annoyed that these guys were selling this piece of hot garbage for money.  Anyway, enough
of my ranting. 

AUTHOR: Skymaster
SOURCE: 2nd gen > DVD

AUDIO QUALITY: Great quality! Very little crowd noise. There's a low roar from the crowd, which just
adds to the recording. You only really hear the roar in between songs. When they are playing, the music
fills the recording, very up front. Guitars, bass, drums, James' vocals all nicely mixed. Just one of 
those amazing recordings that occurs only about 2 or 3 times a tour. I have this show on video, but it
was a poorly shot video and a chore to watch. This recording is just a great capture of Metallica live.
Highly recommend if you are looking for a 1998 quality sounding show. The opening of Thing is especially
heavy it!  This has my vote for top 5 Metallica audience recording of all time.

SOURCE: Schoeps MK4’s > Rmod > Sony TCD-D7 


TRANSFER:DAT Master 16/48 > FLAC
Transfer (BLG): DA-20 > coax > Marantz PMD-670 > usb reader > Adobe Audition > iZotope Ozone 5 > WavePad > xACT > FLAC
TAPER: a ‘teddy ballgame’ DAT Master
TIME: 130 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Jason says it's good to be home. James also says "Sing it Shoreline"

FLAWS: Two or three small skips/stutters in Creeping Death. Otherwise flawless.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Band performance is good, but towards the end of this tour they seemed
to be going through the motions. No setlist changes. This show happened shortly after a month
break. Not sure if the guy's heads were still back with their families. By all rights it was
a probably a great show, and I'm sure the fans enjoyed it. I heard from more than a couple people 
within the circle of Metallica that Lars' was bored by this time, and Jason was very unhappy. Beginning 
of the end for Jason maybe?  No major problems with the performance side of this show, but James does
stumble through the beginning verse of Breadfan. Pretty funny to think that after how many times you sing
a song, you still can forget the lyrics. 

This tour is not one of my favorites for the sole reason that the setlist
starts off strong, but when it hits the NEM, Sleeps, King, Roam section the show drags. I did
like the acoustic set, probably one of the few who did in the end. It's obvious by this
time that the acoustic set was not popular. James makes several comments before that part of the set 
that almost seem like he's preparing the crowd for low expecations. Funny Stairway to Heaven moment
right before Last Caress.  On the opposite end, Fight Fire with Fire is great anytime you get to hear it live, 
and a highlight from the set on this tour. The guitar interlude right before Sad But True is really cool as

Days of the New and Jerry Cantrell were also on this bill.