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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.
"God is in the room more than Elvis. It feels like there's a blessing on the band right now. ... In the end, music is a kind of sacrament; it's not just about airplay and chart position."
- Bono, Rolling Stone, May 10, 2001
did you know
In August 1989, Adam was arrested for possession of marijuana while in Dublin. In lieu of a conviction, the judge allowed him to donate £25,000 to the Dublin Women's Aid Refugee Centre.