Intro Blackened 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 One Seek and Destroy ...And Justice for All > Bern Crowd Improv chant Creeping Death Fade to Black Kirk's solo > Little Wing jam Battery > Phantom of the Opera > Run to the Hills > Helpless teasers Last Caress Am I Evil? Whiplash QUALITY: Nice quality for 1988. I believe this was put to a vinyl bootleg. In fact this very source may have come from a vinyl since there are a few pops and clicks throughout. The taper moves around a bit during the show, so the sound fluctuates from time to time. Overall though, it's a nice listen - clear very little crowd near the taper, nice instrument separation etc. Serious technical problems during the last guitar part of One. The PA completely goes out, not sure how long the delay was because the taper switched tapes sounds like, but they get the situation figured out and start Seek and Destroy. SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorder TIME: 120 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes. Scanning the scene in "Sheffield tonight" BAND PERFORMANCE: Rowdy crowd tonight. Several stage jumpers get access to the mics and yell stupid stuff. James gets hit with something during Eye of the Beholder - he yells at the guy. Gets totally lost in the lyrics, but manages to pull it together. Also gets hit with something during One "Gee thanks buddy" Some steals James' setlist. They start to play the intro to one right before And Justice for All. Sounds like the show was in complete choas from start to finish. Wish this was on video, it would be one to watch for sure. Seem to be various experiments in the setlist with the song after Master of Puppets - it goes from Whiplash, to One, to Damage Inc. during the first couple months of this tour. Which then in turn changes the last song depending on where Whiplash and Damage Inc fall. All in all I think One is the best transition from Master of Puppets. Damage Inc after Master of Puppets just makes for a strange transition. Not that this matters anymore since the tour is long over.