Comments: U2 are filmed in their studios for BBC2's The Culture Show in early February. An NME report states that No Line On The Horizon was played "three and a half" times. This listing constitutes the live debut for all three songs. On 24 February 2009, an episode of The Culture Show featured one performance of No Line On The Horizon and one of Get On Your Boots; Magnificent was not included. A lengthier edition of this episode was broadcast on the 27th, also without Magnificent. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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The band play very good run throughs of two NLOTH tracks an i love the way they don't sound the same as the album because it makes it more interesting. I think this is one of the best performances of NLOTH and it's quite good that Get On Your Boots isn't the same old song and it has some very different parts in it. There is a funny part at the end of NLOTH where Bono says "It's a really good bass part, the rest of ye's are shite"
Very Very Very Very good sound. Perfect Recording: FM Aerial Broadcast - 5 stars
There was no audience there except for Jo Whiley who was watching it all. It was recorded in the studio for the Culture Show
Deserves a place in your collection especially for the 2 very different versions of 2 great songs also worth it for the version NLOTH which i like to consider NLOTH 3!
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