Performance notes: This is U2's first concert in Scotland and the band achieves a sell-out attendance of 400 people. The setlist is believed to be incomplete; a review in 'The Student' offhandedly mentions "Twilight" and "Shadows and Tall Trees" ("I mean, we can’t have no punks singing all this romantic stuff about childish innocence, “Twilight” and “Shadows and Tall Trees”, can we?"), but it is not certain if they were actually played. If they were then this is the only known performance of "Shadows and Tall Trees" after the release of Boy, and only it's second of the tour. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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They're probably on fire but we can't tell due to the dismal sound.
It sounds like the microphone was enclosed in a plastic bag that was then placed at the bottom of a water bucket and hid underneath a couple of thick blankets that were then placed in a house across the street from Edinburgh's Nite Club... 1 star is being generous. Recording: Audience microphone - 0.5 stars
This was their first concert in Scotland and if the sound was better you'd probably be able to tell the audience was pretty passionate about it. Their long term relationship with Scotland started here and these lucky 400 people were responsible of it.
Well, I don't really know how to rate. It's hard to tell what the gig was truly like.
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01 Stories For Boys (3:28)
02 The Ocean (1:36)
03 11 O'Clock Tick Tock (5:23)
04 Touch (3:22)
05 Another Time Another Place (4:43)
06 The Cry/The Electric Co./ Send In The Clowns - snippet - (6:36)
07 11 O'Clock Tick Tock (5:25)
08 The Ocean (2:42)
09 Father Is An Elephant (3:36)
10 An Cat Dubh (4:48)
11 Into The Heart (3:11)
"An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart" were probably played after "Touch" and not at the end of the concert. I left those
tracks at the end of the recording in the same way I received them on tape.
The recording might be incomplete because "Twilight" and "I Will Follow" are not on the recording (but had probably
been played after "The Electric Co.").
Transfer in February 2011 on request.
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Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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what they said
"B.B. King and my father are the same age — they’re both 66 and they’re two of the coolest men I’ve ever met. When I get to that age, I want to be like that — I want to be a real motherf—-er, never apologising, never explaining. And I’m going to hit you with my stick."
- Bono, 1992
did you know
Each show on the Popmart Tour utilised 3.7 megawatts of power - that's the same amount normally required to power approximately 1500 houses.