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Very good show, the band seems inspired and not tired. A rarity for the '93 concerts.
Poor but listenable (sometimes). New Year's Day is cut Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
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Highlights: Mysterious Ways, Numb, Angel Of Harlem/Norwegian Wood, I Will Follow, Bad, Where The Streets Have No Name, Ultraviolet (different lyrics), Love Is Blindness (one of the best, the snippet of AATW is a stroke of genius).
Lowlight: audio (with a better one, it would've been a 5 stars review).
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Origins: Audience microphone
Quality based on reviews:
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 128, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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what they said
"It's an odd record and a favourite of mine. It was kind of quirky, it didn't have any of the big U2 anthems on it, it was very much a record that grew out of the studio sessions. I think the opening, 'Zooropa' itself, it absolutely mesmerising."
- Adam on Zooropa
did you know
U2 was the first artist that released an album that was already platinum before it's release (The Joshua Tree, 1987).