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June 13, 2003
Autodromo Enzo E Dino Ferrari
Imola, ITA




June 13th, 2003
Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Imola, ITALY

01 Intro
02 Battery
03 Master of Puppets
04 Ride the Lightning
05 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
06 For Whom the Bell Tolls
07 Frantic
08 Creeping Death
09 St.Anger

01 No Remorse
02 Seek and Destroy
03 Blackened
04 Harvester of Sorrow
05 Nothing Else Matters
06 Damage Inc.
07 Sad But True
08 Enter Sandman

QUALITY: A very nice recording, but that's no surprise with the equipment
being used. Really nice bass to this recording, it has a heavy punch
to it that's really missing on a lot of minidisc recordings. Nice and
crisp instruments, vocals, just a nice recording all around. My only
complaint is the taper stood near the soundboard, so the crowd chatter
is a lot more than it could be if he had moved closer to the stacks. It's
not bad, but I prefer recordings that are in front of the stack to reduce
crowd chatter. Nothing Else Matters is a big annoying with some girl singing
along..or attempting to sing is more like it.

SOURCE: DPA4061s + MPS6030 battery box + Sony PCM-M1 DAT
TIME: 123 minutes

CORRECT SHOW: Yes, James says "Sing it Italy" during Puppets. Also says Italy a bunch
more times.

FLAWS: None.

BAND PERFORMANCE: Performance is pretty good, still a little rough around the
edges. James stops Ride the Lighting, and starts it over. St. Anger almost
falls apart as well. Damage Inc has a couple of false starts. Good crowd interaction,
the European crowds do so much better on the group sing-a-longs with the guitar. See
Master of Puppets and Creeping Death on this show. James tried getting the US crowds to
do it during the Summer Sanitarium tour, but I have yet to hear a show where the crowd
gets it. Oh well. They were still mixing up the setlists at this point, which
maybe why they are still rough around the edges.


*Additional Notes, Added January 9, 2017 by JITF

The tracks were encoded in Monkey's Audio (APE 3.97). Decoded back to WAV using Trader's Little Helper, then converted to current FLAC format (1.3.2 20170101) at Level 8 with EZ CD Audio Converter. The files went from 721.7 MB to 737.2 MB.
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