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Very high energy. U2 seems to continue to perform at peak and never disappoints!
Audio quality is not the best, too much audience interference in the recording, tonality is quite muddy and often seems to fluctuate between having too much emphasis on highs or lows and not very well balanced, but overall captures the experience well. Recording: "AT 933 - Edirol R-09" - 3.5 stars
I would say that audience participation was on par for any other U2 concert, singing along to every single song completely (except for the new one at the end of course).
This was yet again another amazing performance by U2. Bono was on point all night and Larry, Edge and Adam were all very high energy. Fantastic to visualize the album on the big screen and get to hear one of my favorite U2 albums live from start to finish. Great touch of songs before and after that were a wide variety and possibly also many of my favorites from their other albums. New song was also great to hear at the end!
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02. Sunday Bloody Sunday
03. New Year's Day
05. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
06. Where The Streets Have No Name
07. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
08. With Or Without You
09. Bullet The Blue Sky
10. Running To Stand Still
11. Red Hill Mining Town
12. In God's Country
13. Trip Through Your Wires
14. One Tree Hill
16. Mothers Of The Disappeared
17. Miss Sarajevo
18. Beautiful Day
21. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
23. The Little Things That Give You Away
Notes: Additional remstering assitance provided by Sharebear. There was
an obnoxious clapper near me that I couldn't scoot away from. Sharebear
was able to remove most of the clapper in Izotope.
01-[PA intro: "The Whole Of The Moon"]
02-Sunday Bloody Sunday
03-New Year's Day
05-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
06-Where The Streets Have No Name
07-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
08-With Or Without You
09-Bullet The Blue Sky
10-Running To Stand Still
11-Red Hill Mining Town
13-In God's Country
15-Trip Through Your Wires
17-One Tree Hill
18-["The End of the World" (excerpt*)]
20-Mothers Of The Disappeared
21-[intro: "Miss Syria"]
27-Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
31-The Little Things That Give You Away
*excerpt from: Trackdown (TV-series);
S1 e30, "The End of the World" (May 9, 1958).
# TAPERS NOTES:
- "It was [recorded] from Sec 309, Row 14, Seat 3"
# transfer & mastering notes:
- Taper trusted his recording to u2start after a successful lobby of Nate
aka nbkraft. Excited at first to have a complete JT2017 Foxborough, or
"JT2017 Boston," but soon somewhat disappointed because the recording suffered
from severe rumble caused by wind blowing at the mics, and sometimes the music
itself gets somewhat blown away.
Not uncommon however to outdoor recordings and not necessarily a huge problem
if it weren't for additional distortions during BTBS all the way up to In God's
Country. These distortions sounds like someone actually rubbing the microphone
and they were very annoying to say the least.
I managed to clean up most of the rumble with the iZotope RX 5 “spectral repair,”
but the above mentioned section (i.e. BTBS, RTSS, RHMT & IGC) is still
substantial compromised. Here I had to choose between “microphone rub” and
“process sounds.” It could have been done differently – and no doubt it could
have done better – but I can only hope that even with these sub-optimal tracks,
this share is still worthwhile.
Thanks again to squintyt4e/bp for trusting his recording with me (and u2start!)
Special thanks to Nate for all his efforts to make this share possible in the
^ NB: Taper claims to have used a "Illudium Q-36 MSYC" next to the
AT 933 and Edirol, but I have no idea what that could be other
than some reference to Marvin the Martian's "Illudium Q-36 Explosive
Space Modulator." According to urbandictionary.com, "it is a fused
device used in a contraption designed to destroy large heavenly bodies,
I trust it is some kind of insiders joke (of which I'm obviously left out!),
but perhaps it will someday be explained to me...
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"Los Angeles was a litany of crises, one problem after another with the record, the movie, with life. I started to feel really homesick. There was nowhere to go, the place shuts at nine o'clock. I borrowed some motorcycles and rode around L.A. on my downtime. I just couldn't cope, I was desperate to leave LA."
- Larry on working in Los Angeles for the recordings of Rattle and Hum
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"One" was once voted the 5th most popular song of all time, in a poll conducted by Sony. It is also in #36 in Rolling Stone's "Top 500 Songs of All Time".