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Lineage: Audience > Unknown recording device > 1st generation tape > TEAC Tape Deck AD-RW900 > Creative Sound Blaster Recon 3D > HD > SoundForge Pro 10.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)
01.4th Of July / 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
02.I Will Follow
05.The Unforgettable Fire
07.Sunday Bloody Sunday
08.The Cry / The Electric Co. / Wooden Heart (snippet) / Send in the Clowns (snippet)
09.A Sort Of Homecoming
12.New Year's Day
13.Pride (In the Name of Love)
16.Two Hearts Beat as One
Bono - vocals
The Edge - guitars, piano, vocals
Adam Clayton - bass
Larry Mullen Jr. - drums
Very nice recording from a 1st generation from the master which was sent to RLR from the german taper. I like the first leg of the UF tour
(late 1984 / early 1985) because the shows were more genuine and played in sports halls instaed of big arenas as it would later be.
I remember being so disappointed that the show was less than 100 minutes long, I thought that the band was not using the whole of their
material and that they had dropped so many of the early material in this tour. A few days after this show U2 would come for the first
time to Italy for three show.
Hi there! After closing both my Master and Special series I took a break from seeding, enjoying life and most of all
preparing for a new series! This is not going to be as frequent as my previous ones, I'll be seeding shows from time
to time so don't expect massive volumes here.
Why a "vintage" series? Because music in the 70's and 80's was really something...so different, so special with "that" kind
of sound which you don't find anymore. That was the era of real music without the internet, of long tours and enjoyable live
shows spanning from metal to new wave, progressive, jazz, fusion, pop. So many bands were born and disappeared during those
I am then celebrating the 70's and the 80's and their unmistakeable sound in this LDB Vintage Series. You will find many bands
I have never seeded in the past but that I still enjoy listening to. Most of these come from low generation tapes that were traded
around that period, many radio broadcasts and overall lots of surprises.
Hope you will enjoy this new series!
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
Disc 1 (41:11) :
1. 4th of July (PA)
2. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
3. I Will Follow
6. The Unforgettable Fire
8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
9. Cry/The Electric Co.
10. A Sort of Homecoming
Disc 2 (45.28):
3. New Year's Day
4. Pride (In the Name of Love)
6. Party Girl
7. Two Hearts Beat As One
Taken from an analog original, this recording contains good sound quality and clarity.
Background noise and audience noise is very minimal.
Simply, this is a very good recording from the German series of UF concerts on this leg.
Enjoy, as I have not seen this posted on the site (I search all the dead torrents).
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"God is in the room more than Elvis. It feels like there's a blessing on the band right now. ... In the end, music is a kind of sacrament; it's not just about airplay and chart position."
- Bono, Rolling Stone, May 10, 2001
did you know
A local violinist, Steve Wickham, approached The Edge one morning at a bus stop and asked if U2 had any need for a violin on their next album (the War album). In the studio for only half a day, Wickham's electric violin became the final instrumental contribution to Sunday Bloody Sunday.