Comments: Live debuts of Surrender, Sunday Bloody Sunday, and New Year's Day, all a few months before the release of War in early 1983. Bono sings the first verse of the US Mix (aka Kevorkian Mix) of New Year's Day over the song's intro and the keyboard solo. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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First show of pré War tour, a lot of minimal mistakes and a lot of energy too... band was in a good mood, the new songs sounds good, Sunday Bloody Sunday and New Year's Day still aren't in a definitive form, sounds like demos
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Soundboard - 4 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
Very good and fun listen, download this show, a lot of interesting moments and interesting versions of War songs
Highlights: I Threw A Brick Through A Window, Surrender, Sunday Bloody Sunday, New Year's Day, Gloria and Fire
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"We walked on that stage, I was playing guitar, and when I heard that D chord, I just started to levitate. Forget about what we played, because that’s not important. I was singing, it was emancipation. That was a very special concert."
- Bono on their first performance
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