Well developed performances of the songs by this point, Bono sounds well for the most part, and Adam and Larry are really tight. Edge is so distant in this show that it's hard to tell if he ever screws up, but the general energy suggests that he was on fire as well.
A tad hard to hear the WHOLE audience as opposed to just the members surrounding the taper, but songs like Sunday Bloody Sunday and One are absolutely carried by them. They were very into the show from what I could hear, and the only instance of them being annoying was the girl who tried to sing a couple lines here and there. You'll know who I'm talking about.
Edge is fairly distant in this one, which is hard since the guitar generally dictates the melodic parts of the song. The bass and drums are tight and clear, which is a nice change of pace from sometimes-tinny bootlegs. Bono can be heard well enough, too. The absence of Edge really hits this one hard for me, though.
I wasn't displeased with this show at all, but the sound and hit-or-miss audience parts of the show drop this down significantly for me. If only rating the show, this would be more of a 4 or a 4.5, but we're dealing with rating the bootleg here. The sound is a major, major factor on this one. Wish Edge were about twice as loud.
Until the End of the World (Edge NAILS his solo, as much as we can hear
New Years Day
Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of
Kite (If you haven't heard this performance yet, you need to. Epic.)
Beautiful Day (Suffers due to Edge's quieter guitar)
The Saints are Coming (Never liked this one)
And it would pain me too much to list "Streets" as a lowlight, but I was let down big time- Edge just isn't prominent enough to make this performance enjoyable