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01.11 O'Clock Tick Tock
02.I Will Follow
05.The Unforgettable Fire
07.Two Hearts Beat As One
09.A Sort Of Homecoming
10.Sunday Bloody Sunday
11.The Cry, The Electric Co. / Send In The Clowns (snippet)
13.Indian Summer Sky
15.New Year's Day
16.Pride (In The Name Of Love)
"I was only once at the Brixton Academy to see a show and was surprised how could U2 play such a small venue for their status
in 1984/1985. This is the second night in the same venue but clearly not enough for public demand, so at the end of the tour
they played once more in the Wembley arena. But this is nice one, quite 'intimate' gig and especially with a terrific sound.
I traded this tape in the early 90's directly from the taper, so this one is sourced from a 1st generation. The band really
rocks! I preferred the 1984 part of the Unforgettable Fire tour, although my first time with the band was in Milano the
year after. I would rate this recording a solid 9+, you won't be disappointed. Wanna some U2? Here we go!!!! [LDB]"
The LDB SS#77 = same source as "WM-D6 > ECM 909" listed on achtungbootlegs.com
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 256, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
London, England (u.K.)
November 3, 1984
"LIVE AT THE BRIXTON ACADEMY"
2 × CDr: Original Release Discs – ORD008 #
LINEAGE: Taken from vinyl source "A Sort Of Homecoming"
(Not On Label - no cat. number; no matrix numbers) >
[CDr ORD008] > unknown rip > [...] > mp3@128kb/s*
01-[PA intro: 4th Of July]
02-11 O'Clock Tick Tock
03-I Will Follow
06-The Unforgettable Fire
08-Two Hearts Beat As One
10-A Sort Of Homecoming
11-Sunday Bloody Sunday
12-Cry-The Electric Co.
14-Indian Summer Sky
16-New Year's Day
17-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
"There have been periods when Adam and I didn't particularly get along, over the years. Yet when I left Aislinn I moved into Adam's. I suppose that the other three are the closest friends I have."
- The Edge, 1990
did you know
The original working title of "Exit" was "Executioner's Song" because U2 was using a lot of literature as their jumping off point for the songs in terms of just taking their work in a slightly different direction.