A Matter of the Beast was such an obvious protest by the band that it's actually kind of amusing. Promised five and five off of AMOLAD and NotB, delivered five and four. Hell, at the first four gigs they didn't even play Children of the Damned for a miserable 14 song setlist. I'm still surprised they were going to make a DVD of the Donington gig given how badly neutered the setlist was. A more seasoned fan coulda left after For the Greater Good of God and not missed anything, and that was only the eighth song on the set. Given those eight also contain The Trooper and Wrathchild, they only played six non-staples on that tour which is a stunningly poor ratio.