Woodstock '99 (also called Woodstock 1999), held between July 22 and 25, 1999, was the second large-scale music festival (after Woodstock '94) that attempted to emulate the original Woodstock festival of 1969. Like the previous Woodstock festivals, it was held in upstate New York, this time in Rome (roughly 100 miles (160 km) from the site of the original event). Approximately 400,000 people attended the festival.
Woodstock '94 has also been referred to as Mudstock, or Mudstock '94, partly due to the rainy weather that resulted in mud pits and the aforementioned performances of Nine Inch Nails and Primus. Since the release of the official album, various recordings of songs performed have been released officially, however complete performances of entire sets have only been released unofficially as bootlegs. Woodstock '99. Woodstock 50. Heroes of Woodstock Tour.
Woodstock '99. Released October 19, 1999. 1 Creeping Death (Live). Metallica contributed a live version of "Creeping Death" for the Woodstock '99 compilation.
Artwork – Peter Max (2). Coordinator – Jo-Anne McGettrick, Judy Ross, Maryann Wiedemuth, Rose Noone. Coordinator – Colleen Campbell. Crew – Brian Kingman, Charlie Campbell, Dave Hewitt, Greg Langford, Hardi Kamsani, John Bates, John Pernal, Mark Repp, Marshall Fawcett, Marty Gilbert, Nathaniel Hewitt, Paul Special, Paul Wolff, Phil Gitomer, Ryan Hewitt, Sean McClintock, Skip Kent, Stanley Ducas, Steve Sich, Tony Bandelato . All tracks recorded Live at Woodstock 1999. Volume One is the Red Album.
|3||Master Of Puppets|
|4||For Whom The Bell Tolls|
|8||Die, Die My Darling|
|10||Woodstock Jam N°2|
|11||Until It Sleeps Jam|
|14||Last Caress / Green Hell|