Any big Megadeth-90s-era fan would appreciate this CD. It's rather expensive for a six-song CD ('Peace Sells' is a hidden track, making the CD seven songs long actually), but it's rare and just plain cool to have. As for the music, 'Reckoning Day' and the June 13, 1997 performances sounds rather thin, with no backing vocals as well, but Mustaine's live voice is at its best tone (but not that in tune). 'Peace Sells' has a problem in the fast part, where the weak snare makes the supposed-to-be-driving beat ambiguous.
As I said above, if only for 'Tornado of Souls,' recorded in February 25, 1995, this CD is so worth it. It's the best Megadeth live track I've ever heard, even though Mustaine's voice isn't at its best (still good though), with a live sound so intense at the very first note and with the harmonic riff starting. The sound is just so huge and heavy. Oh, one little thing. The bass at some parts in 'Tornado' isn't very deep-sounding; when a low B is supposed to be playing ("I warned you of your fate..."), a G is implied rather. It's bugged me for years.
'A Tout Le Monde' sounds rather good. In this CD, it's the 1995 show; in Live Trax II, it's the 1997 show, where Marty's guitar tech screws up in the solo.
The last song, 'She-Wolf' is done okay, but with scrambled lyrics near the start. It would've been cooler if they had done extended solos even then.
Buy it, as a collector, and as a lover of 'Tornado of Souls.'
Oh, and I treasure this CD more than the Marty-less and strained-vocaled 'Rude Awakening.' That says a lot, in pitting seven songs against twenty-plus in one of Megadeth's low points.