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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: IEM - 4.5 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
Good show, standard early Vertigo show. The best part of it is the excellent sound.
Highlights: Beautiful Day, with a lovely snippet of So Long Marianne (only time snippeted). An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart (Bono continuously asks if the boy Jack that he got upstage returned safely) and The Fly. One is dedicated to Brad Pitt. Bono thanks him for the film he made (maybe his documentary Journey To Africa).
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gear: Marcsound mics > Sony M-1 DAT
DAT master > Wavelab > CD-R master > xACT verified extraction to .wav > FLAC
Multiple IEM mix
Recorded by sharebear/hoserama
Aligned in Adobe Audition. Mix in Nuendo 3. Used Izotope Ozone 4 and waves plugins. Final processing with har bal 2.3. Used cd wave to track it. Trader's little helper for flac.
Produced, cut up, and mixed by sharebear/hoserama
Special thanks to everybody that helped me out on that run...there were lots! And extra special thanks to Butterking of JEMS for the excellent audience and clearance for the mix.
01 Wake Up
03 Love And Peace Or Else
06 The Electric Co
07 An Cat Dubh
08 Into The Heart
09 City Of Blinding Lights
10 Beautiful Day
11 Miracle Drug
12 Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
13 New Year's Day
14 Sunday Bloody Sunday
15 Bullet The Blue Sky
16 Running To Stand Still
17 Zoo Station
18 The Fly
19 Mysterious Ways
21 Pride (In The Name Of Love)
22 Where The Streets Have No Name
25 All Because Of You
One show that I always wanted to mix up, and when JEMS posted their excellent audience source I decided to take a swing at it. Several aborted attempts, but have finally finished it up.
I saw 15 shows that tour, and honestly, this was probably my second favorite show. A seemingly standard show, but very energetic and solid all the way through. Band seemed in very good spirits and getting into the groove of the tour. Edge's daughter's doctor came out in soundcheck, which they discussed during the show and soundcheck.
I remember among the first run of shows, each show was successively better than the last. This show was the final step in that (5th show of the tour). Better than the san diego and anaheim shows. The second LA show was a slight step down from this show IMO. San Jose x2 and Phoenix 1 weren't as good either. It seemed for Phoenix 2 they got a source of inspiration and fired things back up. But by then, they were clearly settingly into the set. This show showed a band still figuring themselves out, but getting into some real fun during the process.
Released this show in celebration of the 360 tour firing back up. Just listening to some of the songs on this tour makes you realize those early vertigo setlists were among the best they've had in a long time. The Boy songs (Electric Co, An Cat Dubh, Into the Heart), oldie goodies (Running to Stand Still), and great run of ZooTV set (Zoo Station, Fly, Mysterious Ways). 360 can't touch that.
Anywho. Good recording and mix IMO. It does have the click track and count ins, as par the course. Some minor channel issues here and there. Nothing too distracting IMO. Did processing to make it sound better to my ears. If that doesn't meet your standard...then gear up and get it done yourself.
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the original processing. If you need to re-eq it for your own
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keep them on your own computer and not dilute the tradepool.
And I would really appreciate not seeing this sendspaced,
ysi'ed , torrented etc all over the web in 17 different
formats. If I want it torrented on a different site, I'll do
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"Playing Croke Park in 1985 was probably the high point of the Unforgettable Fire tour, because we really had done it. This wasn't a band that was doing OK, this was a band that was topping the charts and had broke America and the world, coming back to play in their home town, in the centre of their city."
- The Edge
did you know
In September 1976, Larry Mullen, Jr. posted a notice on Mount Temple Comprehensive School's bulletin board to form a band. With seven responses to Larry's note, the band which were known at the time as The Hype, The Larry Mullen Band, Feedback and later U2 is whittled down to four as seen from 1980's debut Boy to the current day.