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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 3.5 stars
This show took place in the middle if the week, which may explain why audience participation seemed a little lacking, exemplified at the end of "Streets" (please correct me if I misheard this) Bono seemed to shout to the crowd "Welcome Back!" when the audience finally started cheering to the level one would expect at a U2 gig! Bono doing what he does best, getting the crowd going!
Saw this from the arena, the band are in top form with Bono doing his best to engage the crowd.
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Intro - Ground Control To Major Tom
Return of the Stingray Guitar
I will Follow
Get On Your Boots
Until The End Of The World
I Still Haven't found What I'm Looking For
In A Little While
City Of Blinding Lights
I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Where The Streets Have No Name
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
With Or Without You
Moment Of Surrender
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
1. Intro [some dropouts]
2. Beautiful Day
3. I Will Follow
4. Get On Your Boots
6. Mysterious Ways
8. End oF the World
10. I Still Havent Found
13. In A Little While
14. Miss Sarajevo
15. City Of Blinding Lights
17. Ill Go Crazy
18. Sunday Bloody Sunday
19. Walk On
22. Streets Have No Name
23. [360 Fx rubbish]
24. Thrill Me Kiss Me
25. With Or Without You
27. Moment Of Surrender
I didnt expect much from this recording, based on my position inside the inner circle. I was directly in front of the Edge and copped quite a lot of his guitar amps in the spill. I ended up so close to the stage i decided to go for the concert vibe and visual position over recording position this time. But it turns out the recording is better than i had hoped, with more Bono vox being captured in this recording than i heard at the time. Perhaps this is down to my new rig/mic combo, the mics being directional [cardioid] which helped a lot. Also the front of the stage underneath has some nice speaker arrays which help with sound kinda coming "from everywhere" when you are up the front, including off the stage and from the top stacks. A few dropouts at the very start unfortunately, i was busy messing with my new preamp.
Edge seemed to have big problems with his guitar this nite...specificially with this wireless rig. He changed mid-way through at least 3 songs for a guitar from Dallas that was plugged in (corded). You can hear the guitar stop at the start of Bad for instance, another guitar change to one that was plugged in the ole-fashioned way. Maybe there was some radio interference all nite on his side.
Bono worked hard, dripping with sweat all the way. "Bad" was a highlight...with some more passion than usual from Bono in the vocal department (he didnt cop out on the high notes which was a nice change) and even some extra added adlib guitars from him.
Shout out and respect to da man BOYACROBAT.
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"The theme of the album was a flirtation with death, nuclear fission, the raw material for a power plant or for weapons of total destruction."
- Bono on The Unforgettable Fire
did you know
The band considered releasing The Joshua Tree as a double-album that would have included B-sides. Bono was the most vocal proponent of the idea, whereas The Edge argued for the 11-track version that was ultimately released.