Comments: Steve Wickham joins U2 to play violin during Into The Heart and Sunday Bloody Sunday. During 11 O'Clock Tick Tock, Bono invites fans to come on stage and dance, so a significant number cram onto the stage. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Source: 2 x Sony ECm-150-> Sony TC-D5M
Transfer: Master cassette-> joemeek c2 compressor->equalizer->cdr->eac->flac
02. Out of Control
05. I Threw a Brick Through a Window
06. A Day Without Me
07. An Cat Dubh -> Into the Heart (with Steve Wickham)
08. Sunday Bloody Sunday (with Steve Wickham)
09. The Cry -> The Electric Co. / Send in the Clowns (snippet)
10. I Fall Down
12. New Year's Day
13. I Will Follow
16. A Celebration
17. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock / We Wish You A Merry Christmas (snippet)
18. The Ocean
Trivia: Steve Wickham joins U2 to play violin during Into The Heart and Sunday Bloody Sunday.
During 11 O'Clock Tick Tock, Bono invites fans to come on stage and dance, so a significant number cram onto the stage.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
01 - Out Of Control
02 - Twilight.
03 - Surrender
04 - I Threw A Brick Through A Window
05 - A Day Without Me
06 - An Cat Dubh / Into The Heart
07 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
08 - Cry / The Electric CO.
09 - I Fall Down
10 - October
11 - New Year's Day
12 - I Will Follow
13 - Gloria
14 - Fire
15 - A Celebration
16 - 11 O'Clock Tick Tock / Merry X-mas
17 - The Ocean
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 128, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
01. Out Of Control [4:38]
02. Twilight [4:28]
03. Surrender [4:33]
04. I Threw A Brick [3:43]
05. A Day Without Me [3:13]
06. An Cat Dubh / Into The Heart [7:55]
07. Sunday Bloody Sunday [5:11]
08. The Electric Co. [4:49]
09. I Fall Down [3:02]
10. October [2:29]
11. New Year's Day [4:34]
12. I Will Follow [4:00]
13. Gloria [4:51]
14. Fire [3:48]
15. A Celebration [2:56]
16. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock [4:58]
17. The Ocean [4:05]
Total Running Time: [1:13:00]
This is simply a fantastic CD of a pré- war concert. U2 put on a solid, high-energy performance.
Surrender, Bono is promoting the War album.
Sunday bloody Sunday, gets a long introduction. Bono explains that he wanted to write a song about Ireland,
Dublin. About the things that are going on. Steve Wickham, appears on stage and gets a grand introduction by
Bono. He states that the band got attached to him and love him very much.
Steve plays the fiddle with the band during Sunday bloody Sunday and Into the heart. Unfortunately the drum
sounds a bit too loud so, that the fiddle is drown out.
At the beginning of New Year's Day Bono screams "WAKE UP!" so loud that his voice squeals! He changes the first verse and the song is performed very aggressive.
A superb version of this song is played!
After 11 o'clock tick tock, the band starts to play We wish you a merry X-mass and a Happy New Year.
In the background you hear the audience sing along.
Ocean, the instrumental part of the song is very impressive.
The sound of this recording is clear, loud and close sounding. The instruments are a bit too loud, the rhythm section is most prominent.
The audience is mostly in the background.
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