Intro Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Sad but True Wherever I May Roam Of Wolf and Man For Whom the Bell Tolls > Third Stone from the Sun jam The Unforgiven > Escape jam Shortest Straw Jason's solo > My Friend of Misery > Star Spangled Banner teasers > Dazed and Confused > Killing Floor jams Kirk's solo > Funeral March of a Marionette jam Fade to Black Master of Puppets Seek and Destroy Whiplash Nothing Else Matters Am I Evil? Last Caress One Enter Sandman VIDEO QUALITY: While it is cool to get another video from the G-n-R tour, this is pretty rough to watch. Many of the songs are missing or cut up. Audio is distorted, lots of obstructions, and very shaky. VERSION: Big D Productions / kingrue TAPING: Olympus VX-801 > TDK EHG 120 LINEAGE: Sony Video 8 XR (Model CCD-TRV37) (NTSC) > Sony DVD Burner (Model VRD-MC6) @ SP Mode AUDIO QUALITY: Pretty decent quality, although there is a slight layer of distortion on the recording. Not bad though, still very listenable. The only really annoying thing is the crowd is rather present lots of screams, Wah-hoos, Yeahs, etc. SOURCE: WM-D3 > AIWA CM-30 TIME: 140 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, San Diego is said a few times. FLAWS: A small cut on the first cd for a tape flip. Another small cut during the jam part of Seek. The video is all cut up and missing songs. I don't feel like documenting which songs - it's not worth going through to be honest. BAND PERFORMANCE: Another solid performance by the band. I really think they put the extra effort into the shows from this tour since GnR was on the bill. Quite a contrast between Metallica's rockin set, play hard, rock hard to GNR's Play a song, Slash solo, axl wardrobe change, axl rant, play song, another Slash solo, another wardrobe change, more rants. It's well documented that this tour was a disaster from the beginning. James is still not playing guitar, so John Marshall still has guitar duties and does a nice job again. One interesting thing to note is the big banner on Jason's side starts on fire at the very end. A good portion of it goes up in flames before they put it out. Whoops!