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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "Sennheiser-mic > Walkman" - 4 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
Very good show and sound , but the bootleg have several cuts at the ending of the songs. Into The heart is recorded 2 times from different sources.
Highlights:Surrender, Two hearts beat as one ( snippet lets twist again ) and a Day without me
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"Sennheiser-mic > Walkman"
Origins: Audience microphone
Equipment: Sennheiser MKE 2002 (Microphone), Trader's Little Helper (Sound Editor), Sony Walkman (Audio recording device)
Lineage: Sennheiser-mic>Walkman>DAT>CDR>SHN>WAV > Trader's Little Helper>FLAC > MP3 (Lame, 192kbps)
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"They continuously experiment and try different ways of playing and arranging the songs, until the very last moment. The guitar overdub on 'Mysterious Ways', for example, went down after the mix was finished."
- Robbie Adams, engineer on the Achtung Baby recordings
did you know
Bono wrote the song 'Out of Control' on his 18th birthday. It is about a feeling of having no control. Nothing changes now that your eighteen and never does. Feeling the pain from his mothers death and having no control over that or anything else.