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February 21, 1998
Official NAME :"U2 Melbourne February 2-21-98 Michael Dann Version"
Taper : M.Dann
Equip : DAT, unsure of Mic
Lineage : DAT clone at 48khz > wt2496 > CEPRO > CDWAV > FLAC
1. Mission Impossible (taped)
2. Pop Musik (taped)
4. I Will Follow
6. Even Better than the Real Thing
7. Last night on Earth
8. Until the End of the World
9. New Years Day
11. Still Havent FOund
12. Bad/Wild Side/All I Want Is You
13. Staring at the Sun
14. Sunday Bloody Sunday
15. Bullet the BLue Sky
17. Where the Streets Have No Name
20. Velvet Dress
21. With or Without You
22. Hold Me Kiss Me Kill Me
23. Mysterious Ways
26. Taped outro
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
Manufacturer: Danny Best
Complete Show: Yes
Disc 1: (66:26)
Disc 2: (65:19)
From: Al Clark
1. Pop Muzik Intro [5:07]
2. Mofo [4:25]
3. I Will Follow [3:05]
4. Gone [4:53]
5. Even Better Than The Real Thing [4:47]
6. Last Night On Earth [6:18]
7. Until The End Of The World [5:30]
8. New Year's Day [5:01]
9. Pride ( In The Name Of Love ) [5:15]
10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Stand By Me [4:45]
11. Bad / Walk On The Wild Side / All I Want Is You [7:16]
12. Staring At The Sun [6:05]
13. Sunday Bloody Sunday [3:47]
1. Bullet The Blue Sky [7:05]
2. Please [7:26]
3. Where The Streets Have No Name [7:27]
4. Lemon (Perfecto Mix) Intermission [6:29]
5. Discotheque / Stayin' Alive [5:13]
6. If You Wear That Velvet Dress [2:54]
7. With Or Without You [6:57]
8. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me [5:55]
9. Mysterious Ways [6:14]
10. One [6:09]
11. MLK [2:00]
12. Into My Arms (Nick Cave) (Over The PA) Outtro [1:22]
February 21, 1998. Melbourne, Australia. Waverley Park.
Good to very good to audience.
The instruments are very clear, meaning you can easily distinguish one from
the other (unlike some really "muddy" bootlegs out there) although there is
a little lack of midrange. The cymbals aren't exactly super crisp (I'm
talking bootleg standards here) but are very listenable. The vocals are
ever-so-slightly a bit low side but maybe that's how the acoustics of the
stadium were that night. The sound is a bit on the flat and artificial side
as there seems to be a lack of the audience and stadium atmosphere. Crowd
noise seems to be like random clapping instead of a real stadium audience
thus making it "artificial." Overall, this boot is among the upper echelon
of PopMart audience boots and is recommended. What sets this boot apart from
the other audience PopMart bootlegs is the PopMart version of "Bad," with
snippets of "Never Tear Us Apart," "Walk On The Wild Side" and "All I Want
Is You." During "Discotheque," Bono sang snippets of the Bee Gees' "Stayin'
Alive." This was the second Australian PopMart show. This came from an
audience DAT recording. The front cover is taken from a mini-poster sold
with the Australian 'Mofo' remix single CD. The back cover has pictures of
Bono, Adam, and the arch behind a tracklisting. The inside covers feature
scans of a newspaper review of the concert, a newspaper advertisement for
the show, a concert ticket and a "working personnel" ID pass. Some audience
noise is prominent between songs, but does not distract from the music.
"Sunday Bloody Sunday" is the acoustic version sung by The Edge.