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Ok, first off let me say this is a review of the bootleg. Yes I was there but I took about a week of listening to the boot before I reviewed it. I needed to get over that glow of the show and really listen to it.
The band was good but clearly they are a bit off: Sunday Bloody Sunday. What happened there?
Its good, it could have been better. Sheffield is much better.
Strong. Loud when they needed to be.
Overall, a SAFE, EASY show. Nothing dangerous, just the songs. This show will be the show that is remembered and the one everyone will be talking about still when the tour ends......
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"I look at a song like Kite, that Bono was writing about his children at a time and the upcoming passing of his father. And I find now, 20 years later, I'm in that same situation. I have young children and my father is the surviving living father of the band."
- Adam, 2020
did you know
'MLK', the final song of the Unforgettable Fire album, stands for Martin Luther King.