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New Year's Daze is clearly the best recording, although incomplete. Recording: "New Year's Daze" - 2.5 stars
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Nice little show, with a weird setlist: SBS is played twice and it closed the show! During the second SBS Bono throws a white flag to the audience and people fight for it... oh the irony. The taper or CD Silver manufacturer "mixed" Fire and 11 O'Clock Tick Tock into a medley and actually sounds very cool!
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02. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
03. A Day Without me
04. Sunday Bloody Sunday
05. I Fall Down
06. New Year's Day
07. Fire / 11 O'clock Tick Tock
09. A Celebration
10. Sunday Bloody Sunday
LP Bootleg very old, probably one of the first printed, definitely the worst.
Transfered and uploaded on u2torrents by Mauxworld,January 2013
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"I remember the tours around 1984, thinking 'Why are we playing say, 3 nights in Lyon but only one in Marseille?' and it turned out to be there'd be a really great restaurant in Lyon and not in Marseille. Something Paul McGuinness and Ian Flooks arranged."
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.