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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "War London" - 2.5 stars
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Very good show. During Out of control Bono sings : All i want is you ...!! ( it seems he view the future).Dont miss Party girl. Bono invited to sing one guy and then improvised the lyrics in a great tune . Other Highlights: Sunday bloody sunday, Tomorrow, Two hearts beat as one and Twillight
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02 I Threw A Brick Through A Window
03 A Day Without Me
06 New Year's Day
07 Sunday Bloody Sunday w/Steve Wickham
08 The Cry > Electric Co.
09 I Fall Down
11 Tomorrow w/Steve Wickham
12 Two Hearts Beat As One
14 Out Of Control
15 Party Girl
16 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
17 I Will Follow
Known Faults: None
I am pleased to bring you a big material upgrade for U2's second of back to back nights at the Hammersmith Palais
on the 1st leg of the 'War' Tour directly from the master tape.
This show has circulated for a long time from an unknown generation tape and though very good overall quality, the
most common version has some issues. The first of which is it runs very fast, the start of the show is cut and the stereo
spectrum is on the narrow side coming from a higher generation copy.
This version corrects all those issues. The master also ran fast and has been pitch adjusted to run at the proper speed,
the start is not cut and the stereo spectrum is wide open and natural sounding. There are no close audience noises, claps
or chatter. It's a big material upgrade and one of the best sounding 'War' tour audience recordings now in circulation.
This is not my master tape and came from a friend that wishes to remain anonymous but is happy to share it with all.
It only took 34 years and I hope you enjoy this as much as I enjoyed working on it.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 320, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
March 22, 1983
Tour: War - 1st leg
Venue: Hammersmith Odeon
Opening Act(s): The Alarm
Source: unknown gen>cdr
2. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
3. A Day with out Me
6. New Year's Day
7. Sunday Bloody Sunday
8. The Cry / Electric Co
9. I Fall Down
1. Two Hearts Beat As One
3. Out Of Control
4. Party Girl
5. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
6. I Will Follow
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 128, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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did you know
Bono made his first live solo appearance on April 30, 1989, at a fundraising event in the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, singing his own musical adaptations of two poems by William Butler Yeats.