Comments: Happy Birthday is sung for Adam, who was celebrating his 23rd birthday. It is sung by the audience a second time after Party Girl. The Alarm's Mike Peters and a saxophonist join U2 for Knockin' on Heaven's Door, which is the first of many times U2 cover the Bob Dylan song (though Bono himself had previously sung the song with The Alarm on 6 December 1982). Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
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Great show. The band was on fire. It was Adam s birthday . Highlights: I trhew a brick, New years day, Tomorrow, Twillight, Out of Control and Knocking on heaven s door ( with the Alarm) . During Party girl Bono played with the bass
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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.