Intro That Was Just Your Life The End of the Line The Thing That Should Not be Of Wolf and Man One Broken, Beat & Scarred Cyanide Frantic Until It Sleeps Wherever I May Roam For Whom the Bell Tolls The Day That Never Comes Master of Puppets Blackened Stone Cold Crazy Jump in the Fire Seek and Destroy > Let There Be Rock outro AUDIO QUALITY: Very nice recording, if I were to be picky I'd say it may run a little hot - as it's just on the brink of distorting, but that's being really picky. Overall, it's a nice audience audio recording which are actually hard to come by these days. Very little crowd noise around the taper, all in all a nice job. TAPER: unknown SOURCES: unknown mic > unknown recorder TRANSER: cdr > wmp > FLAC Frontend > FLAC level 6 DVD QUALITY: Camera is center stage and way up. Really not any close ups to speak up, this is definitely a "full stage" shot show. So probably not something you'd want to watch more than once. AUTHOR: Bulldog LINEAGE: MASTER > 2DVD CORRECT SHOW: Yes, there are more than a few references to it being in London on the Death Magnetic warm up show. FLAWS: none. BAND PERFORMANCE: A mix bag of songs here, sampling nearly all of the albums. In fact, I just realized they did not play Enter Sandman at this night or the previous night. Has there ever been a show since the black album where they did not play Enter Sandman? wow, that's probably the most shocking thing of all here. Seriously though, these two opening shows are really good - the energy is really high, and the new songs sound amazing live.