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I thought the band gave a very good performance this night. At one point during I Still Haven't Found Bono mentions how it feels like church and I have to agree. And we got a little Shine Like Stars!
Listening to John Pollard's recording and thinking of doing a remaster. Solid capture with a slightly distant soundstage. Some close clappers and screamers. It's funny listening to some of the comments and drunken screams..."AMERICA!!!!!! Recording: "Elevated in Steeltown" - 4 stars
The audience was definitely up for this show. I was on the floor a few paces from the heart and the crowd was amazing. Bono and Edge did their usual venturing out onto the heart but it would have been nice to get Adam and Larry out there too.
I had the amazing pleasure to have U2 play in my hometown on the only tour that really mattered to me. I thought the new album was ridiculously great and had absorbed everything on the tour I could including a show earlier in the tour in Toronto.
This is the first show where I had an amazing POV. Basically centre floor near the tip of the heart. The sound where I was standing was sublime. Like Joe was mixing just for me. The lights and presentation were magical in moments.
The one song that really stood out for me was Still Haven't Found...I wasn't expecting it at all. Edge had his shimmer sound going on during it and it just felt mystical. Like Bono says during it 'Feels like church to me."
My good friend decided to buy a new digital camera just for the show and his pics are uploaded here.
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01 Elevation Influx Remix / Elevation
02 Beautiful Day
03 Until The End Of The World
04 New Year's Day
05 Out of Control
06 Sunday Bloody Sunday
07 When Will I See You Again? / Stuck In A Moment
01 Angel of Harlem
02 People Get Ready
03 Staring At the Sun
04 Bad / "40"
05 Where The Streets Have No Name
06 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
07 Pride (In the Name of Love)
08 Bullet The Blue Sky / What's Going On?
09 New York
10 With Or Without You
12 Peace On Earth / Walk On
Notes: This is a full-bodied recording with lots of bass.
In this version of the recording the splits are late in several
places so some songs begin at the end of the previous song's
track. Also, there is an abrupt transition between Pride and
Bullet, probably the taper was switching disks. No music was
lost, only intermission noise is omitted.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"I thought, what a brilliant song, and how we -- how, well certainly from my point of view, how I screwed it up, how it could have been so much better, potentially so much better."
- Larry Mullen jr. on hearing 'Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses' on the radio
did you know
Brian Eno's experience with U2 recording Original Soundtracks (1995) under the moniker of Passengers was published in a book by Eno called 'A Year With Swollen Apprentices'.