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01. Out Of Control
03. An Cat Dubh ->
04. Into The Heart
06. Two Hearts Beat As One
08. Sunday Bloody Sunday
09. Electric Co.
10. I Fall Down
11. October (cuts in due to tape flip)
12. I Threw A Brick Through A Window ->
13. A Day Without Me
14. New Year's Day
16. Party Girl
17. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
18. I Will Follow
19. 40 (cuts out very end of song)
Bono - vocals, rhythm guitar
The Edge - lead guitar, keyboards
Larry Mullen Jr. - drums
Adam Clayton - bass
This is one of the last of our analog-era U2 masters that has not been torrented
directly from the master tapes and we'll be getting to most of them over the next
couple of weeks. Circulating copies of this War tour stop in Detroit are very good
indeed, coming from a cassette master to DAT copy done well over a decade ago by J,
but this is a fresh transfer of the master cassette at higher resolution and sounds
it terrific, far better than most War tour audies in the States..
One of many many shows JEMS recorded at this venue. (August 2011)
Butterking for JEMS
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"I think the lyric writing was influenced by the choice of album title, Boy. It was Bono's suggestion, without actually offering a full explanation. Boy had a strength and clarity about it."
- The Edge on U2's first album
did you know
The title of the song 'Stay (Faraway, So Close!)' alludes to the 1993 Wim Wenders film: Faraway, So Close.