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Great performance of the lads, motivated by the local crowd, and the memory of Lady Diana.
Silver CD is very listenable, but it still doesn't do justice to the concert. Recording: "Pop Home" - 3.5 stars
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I'm sure the show was special for all attendees. This is only a rating of the bootleg. Bono is distant in the recording, so I couldn't enjoy it as much as I wanted.
Still, the show is a blast, with a couple of extra songs. The Dublin shows were at risk of being cancelled to some problems with scheduling the venue. Bono thanks the neighbors for allowing the shows. This was the day Lady Diana died. During Gone, Bono sings "(she's) gone" and there is a very sweet MLK before One dedicated to her again.
For the locals, Dirty Old Town and Whiskey In The Jar are performed, and the crowd went nuts.
There were some problems with HMTMKMKM, Bono sang one line 3 times.
Other highlights: Last Night On Earth, Please, AIWIY (Bad snippet) and Mysterious Ways.
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Origins: CD Silver
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Bit rate: 320, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"You write a song because something hurts. I mean if you look at social change within America, that came from the Delta areas, the plantations or wherever. A lot of the change in America is rooted in blues music; that was what people listened to. It was the protest music of the time."
- Adam Clayton
did you know
Bono formed most of the lyrics to the song 'Love Rescue Me' when he had a dream about Bob Dylan. The song was for him. Dylan originally contributed lyrics for the song, but later withdrew them.