Metallica -- Somerset, WI -- June 26th, 1994
Ecstasy of Gold (Tape)
Master of Puppets
Wherever I May Roam
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The God That Failed
Kill/Ride Medley :rocker:
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Disposable Heroes :drool:
Seek & Destroy (Includes an excerpt of 'The Outlaw Torn')
Guitar Solo (Includes an excerpt of 'The Unforgiven')
Nothing Else Matters
Fade to Black
A National Acrobat Jam
Sad But True
This was my one and only time I've seen these guys and they were AMAZING! Suicidal Tendencies and Danzig opened and they were incredible as well! :rocker:
Awesome set! Cool to see stuff like Breadfan, The God That Failed, and Disposable Heroes, not to mention having both Welcome Home AND Fade to Black in there. Good shit, man.
As cool as it is to hear Disposable heroes, there's still the big problem of opening a set with a COVER song. Not to mention they probably only played the first half of puppets, and the Kill/ride medley was just stupid. (As seen on the "Cunning stunts" DVD) Just play the full song!
[QUOTE=Maidenmagic;275538]As cool as it is to hear Disposable heroes, there's still the big problem of opening a set with a COVER song. Not to mention they probably only played the first half of puppets, and the Kill/ride medley was just stupid. (As seen on the "Cunning stunts" DVD) Just play the full song![/QUOTE]
I saw the opening night of that tour on memorial day at darien lake. It was great. It was actually a pretty unforgetable night for me. Despite opening with a cover and only playing half of puppets. It was the first time they did the god that failed live and the kill/ride medley, which was actually good. Not like on cunning stunts when they sucked live. There was a near riot that night. Chairs were being thrown. Total chaos. I got nailed in the head with one during harvester. Checked for blood and shook it off. On with the show. Darien lake was never the same after that. Not long after they remade the place and nailed the seats down.
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