Intro Breadfan Master of Puppets Wherever I May Roam Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) The God that Failed > And Justice for All > Hit the Lights > Trapped Under Ice jams Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / Four Horsemen / Phantom Lord / Fight Fire with Fire For Whom the Bell Tolls w/ Jerry Cantrell Disposable Heroes > Man in the Box jam Seek and Destroy Kirk's solo > Unforgiven teaser Nothing Else Matters Creeping Death > Orion Bass interlude Fade to Black Whiplash > A National Acrobat jam Sad But True One Enter Sandman So What? AUDIO QUALITY: A lot of high end on this recording. I would speculate that this is some hand held cassette recorder with a built in mic. There is an incomplete video that is circulating in some circles, neither the audio nor the video are really outstanding. There is very little crowd noise on the recording which is nice, but the music itself does not come across very well. SOURCE: Unknown audience TIME: 141 minutes DVD QUALITY: Shot straight back, above the hands and heads, but it's hand held so its shakey. VERSION: Invaders/Metallican SOURCE: 1st > 2DVD TIME: 141 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes Jason says "Alrigth O-K-C" during Seek. Kirk and Lars say Oklahoma City during their ending thank yous. FLAWS: Tiny clicks between tracks. Verified using analfreq and spectrum analysis to ensure that this is not mp3. Some day I'll remove the clicks. Also Enter Sandman is heavily chopped up. BAND PERFORMANCE: Jerry Cantrell joins the band for For Whom the Bell Tolls. Interesting to note that Alice in Chains was supposed to be on this tour, but some of the members couldn't keep it together and had to go into rehab. All in all a good show from what you can tell on the recording. I've heard the "new song" routine for Seek and Destory a million times, and it still seems funny to me. They do a teaser of Man in the Box, which is really funny since Cantrell is watching. James says Jason wrote the song.