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: "Out of Control in L.A. (UAG)" - 3.5 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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1: out of control 4:37
2: twilight 4:19
3: an cat dubh (the black cat) > 5:00
4: into the heart 2:47
5: surrender > 5:51
6: two hearts beat as one 6:17
7: seconds 3:04
8: Sunday bloody Sunday 6:48
9: electric co 7:20 (end applause spliced, tape flip)
10: I fall down 4:47
11: October > 2:18
12: new year's day 4:31
13: Gloria 4:44
14: party girl 3:12
15: 11:00 tick tock 4:42
16: I will follow (and encore break) 4:52
17: 40 5:10
*2016 - Original notes (glasnostrd19 on dime):
unknown audience recording >
master tape > ? >
TDK-SA 90 minute cassette (low gen. possibly master?) >
played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that production.
do not sell this recording.
share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
This recording was made for me and you (too).
These are a series of recordings made over several years
by a small circle of tapers. Some of these are actually from
the original masters, a few are from copies of masters.
Some of these shows have circulated widely before in traded
tape copies of several generations, and will be upgrades,
some have not circulated much if at all. [...] In some shows,
there has been level balancing done, or reduction of some
(many) loud claps in a few of the audience recordings, but
most of these recordings are being presented with no alteration,
EQ'ing or enhancements, directly from the master or 1st gen. tapes.
This entry is probably from one of the friends of Fresh.
He had a few friends who recorded shows and eventually gave
him his masters as they saved digital copies of them.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
So, lineage here is unknown taper, FLAC files provided by Panouf and now seeded here.
Disc 1 (62:55)
1. Out of Control
3. An Cat Dubh
4. Into the Heart
6. Two Hearts Beat as One
8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
9. Cry-Electric Co.
10. I Fall Down
12. New Year's Day
Disc 2 (18:24)
1. Party Girl
2. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
3. I Will Follow
This torrent corresponds with what Justin lists as "Out of Control in L.A.".
Assuming these are one in the same sourced, Justin notes that "This recording
was transferred from a low generation cassette to CDR by Jeff Roy, webmaster
of Mass U2. Again, there is very little audience noise. The music and vocals
are just a bit distant, but still quite clear. This is a very memorable concert,
largely because of Bono's antics during 'The Electric Co.'"
A very big thank you is owed to Panouf for making this torrent possible...
I had a version of this concert, higher gen and with static...this one is a
marked improvement. I am unaware of there being any cover art for this...
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"Rick Rubin has a larger looming presence on this album than his 'thank you' deserves. He asked 'Why can't more people cover U2 songs?' And it's because, with all the great sounds and arrangements, you can forget that there isn't a song there."
- Bono on Rubin's influence on Songs of Innocence
did you know
Bono stated that he wrote the song 'Kite' about and to his children; yet, after he completed it, he realized that it was a song of his dying father, whom he had a difficult relationship with, but in the end found his peace.