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Very good early show, and a nice surprise... U2 sounds like a garage band and the songs were played with old intro (I Will Follow and A Day Without Me)... Touch was in the setlist, and An Cat Dubh / Into The Heart were played in very similar way than album version, Adam's bass sounds powerful in Electric Co and Stories For Boys
Very good for this era... almost 4 stars... minor problems and second 11 O Clock Tick Tock is cut... Adam's bass sounds good and clean Recording: Audience microphone - 3.5 stars
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Very good show:
Highlights: I Will Follow, Touch, An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart, Twilight and Electric Co
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did you know
The Rattle and Hum album opens with a live cover of The Beatles' "Helter Skelter". Its inclusion on the album was intended by the band to reflect the confusion of The Joshua Tree Tour and their new-found superstar status.