Comments: U2 perform an acoustic set for German radio in front of a small audience of about 200 people. It will be broadcast on 27 October. The Miracle is played a second time at the end of the set because Bono is unhappy with the first version. There were also some problems with Song For Someone, which the band stopped and restarted. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Bono's voice sounds great here. They are really into it this show. Best of the promo dates so far.
The string quartet is not only great with Every Breaking Wave but I also like their involvement in Cedarwood Road.
Only downside is that Larry and Adam don't seem present.
Very good quality. Very enjoyable to listen. Good mix. Recording: Webcast - 5 stars
Great participation with The Miracle.
Best promo date so far. It will be the first promo show to put on my iPhone to take away!
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did you know
The 'seven towers' referred to in the song 'Running To Stand Still' are seven 18 floor tower block buildings central to the development which developed a serious heroin problem over the years in Ireland.