For Whom the Bell Tolls 
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 
The Four Horsemen 
Harvester of Sorrow 
Eye of the Beholder 
Jason's Solo 
 > To Live Is to Die jam
Master of Puppets 
Seek and Destroy 
...And Justice for All 
> Bern Crowd Chant Improv
Creeping Death 
Fade to Black 
Kirk's solo 
 > Little Wing
> Foggy Mountain Breakdown > Prowler
  > Run to the Hills > Helpless jams
Last Caress 
Am I Evil? 
Damage, Inc. 

QUALITY: Pretty average recording quality wise. Very little crowd noise which is nice. The taper must
have been near the speaker stacks. As with most Justice tour shows, this one also suffers from
too much high end and a slight layer of distortion. There is actually pretty good separation on the guitars 
though, they come across pretty well. Vocals are fairly decent as well. There are certainly better '88/'89
shows out there, but this one is fairly uncirculated.

SOURCE: Unknown audience analog
MASTERED: Converted to cd by me using an unknown generation tape. 
TIME: 115 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "Scanning the scene in Edinburgh tonight"

FLAWS: A dropout during Eye of the Beholder. Sound quality acutally
drops in quality from this point on. A couple of dropouts due to tape flips when converting to cd. 

BAND PERFORMANCE: Nothing too crazy with this performance. Still early on in the Justice tour, so
the performance is pretty stiff compared to the summer '89 shows. They definitely gained their
stride by the time the tour hit the US though. First night in Edinburgh, funny that they played the extra
song the first night verses the second night which has become the standard for Metallica.