> Better than You jam
So What?
Creeping Death
Sad But True
Ain't My Bitch
Whiplash
King Nothing
One
Devil's Dance
Jason's solo
 My Friend of Misery/ Welcome Home (Sanitarium) interlude
Nothing Else Matters
Until it Sleeps
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Wherever I May Roam
Fade to Black
Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / Hit the Lights 
 / The Four Horsemen / Seek and Destroy / Fight Fire with Fire
> Fuel jam
Last Caress
Master of Puppets
Enter Sandman
> And Justice For All > Cure > Highway to Hell jams
Overkill
Motorbreath

AUDIO QUALITY: Nice quality on this one, a tad distant but the speakers were hanging
from the rafters during the load tour. This is about as good as you'll find 
for an audience on this tour. Music is well balanced, very little crowd noise,
all in all a nice audience recording. 

SOURCE: Sony PC-62 mics > Sony WM-D3 Analog Deck
Lineage: ANA-M>CDRM>CDR1>SHN
Taper: P.B.
TIME: 122 minutes

DVD QUALITY: Pretty shaky and washed out, for some reason.  Audio has some distortion on
it.  It's okay to watch, but like I said it's pretty shaky.

SOURCE: Unknown
TRANSFER: 2nd gen > DVD
TIME: 130 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, Milan is said several times.

FLAWS: One burst of static at the beginning of Bells, not related to a bad
burn, present on the master. A couple cuts right before fade, and after
fade. Not sure why, but only crowd noise is cut.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Kind of an off night for the band, a few miscue starts in
Sad but True and Bitch. Devil's Dance completely falls apart at the end. Granted
it is a new song, they obviously didn't rehearse it very much. Lars seems to
think the song should go on. Pretty funny exchange at the end of that one. During Hit
the Lights Lars is drumming way to fast. Regardless it's still a decent show to
listen to. Right before Last Caress they do a Fuel jam. As of this date, Fuel had
not been played.