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Taper: Tom W.
Source: Sony ECM 929 > WM-D6 master (T.W.)
> CDM > EAC Secure > CEP 1.2 (closing tapeflipgap and added
fade-in, fade-out) > CDWAV (indexing) > MKW > SHN > [...] > FLAC
Disc 1: (46:37)
1. Gloria [4:50]
2. Another Time, Another Place [4:14]
3. I Threw A Brick Through A Window [3:50]
4. A Day Without Me [3:34]
5. An Cat Dubh [4:19]
6. Into The Heart [3:18]
7. Rejoice [3:41]
8. Happy Birthday Adam [0:25]
9. The Electric Co. [4:53]
10. Bono Speech [1:18]
11. I Fall Down [3:27]
12. October [2:19]
13. Tomorrow [6:29]
Disc 2: (36:38)
1. I Will Follow [4:06]
2. Twilight [4:21]
3. Out Of Control [5:37]
4. Fire [3:37]
5. 11 O' Clock Tick Tock [5:53]
6. The Ocean [4:30]
7. Southern Man [5:19]
8. A Celebration [3:15]
A very good recording with great clarity and minimal audience intrusion. It's just a bit harsh at times.
"Sometimes Bono would come offstage in the break and would not have left character. The darkness would still be there with him. Sometimes it was hard for him to shake it off and get into playing the next songs. That darkness has a certain kind of adrenaline."
- The Edge on U2 performing 'Exit' in 1987
did you know
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said in a UK radio interview in 2006 that U2's 1987 hit Where The Streets Have No Name is his favourite song of all time.