Comments: U2's first headlining performance in an arena. Sunday Bloody Sunday is halted during the drum into while Bono asks the audience to move back. As usual Bono climbs a balcony during The Electric Co., and he is grabbed and chased by numerous fans up there. He is still trying to make his way down to the stage as the band begin I Fall Down, and is forced to jump twenty feet to the floor to escape the chasing fans. The people on the floor try to grab him, and a fight nearly breaks out as he pushes past a man in his rush to return to the stage. Dennis Sheehan comes to his aid and pulls him back up, though both of their clothing is torn. After the concert Bono is lambasted by the band and tour crew for continuing his climbing antics after multiple warnings. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "Live From Los Angeles 17.06.1983" - 3 stars
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Good War show. Long version of Electri co , and strange one of I fall down. During Sunday bloody sunday maked a couple of stops , because of disturbs. Highlights: Two heratrs beat as one, gloria , Pary girl and 11 O clock tick tock
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