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Very great show, good connection between band and crowd... different intro in Seconds... the performance isn't amazing compared with other shows of this era (both Glasgow, Edinburgh, Jacksonville, Bologna or Chicago 1985-03-22), but good show... Electric Co is other highlight, I love the snippet of Wooden Heart...
But the best moment here is the epic and long version of 40... similar of Stockholm's performance, but I prefer this
Great sound, just some slight problems in just a few 2 or 3 moments, but good and clean at overall Recording: "Unforgettable Firecrackers" - 4 stars
One of the best crowds, not just in big hits at this era, but during the whole concert clapping and singing (without interfer in recording's quality)
During 40 part of crowd also sang the line "I'm singing for you" that Bono improvised in Wercher 2 years before with Annie Lennox and Dave Stweart on stage... maybe they heard the show in Radio, or maybe just coincidence, but I really aprecciate this detail, and I think this isn't a coincidence because in minute 14:26 one of these people even sang the Annie Lennox's improvisation
A great recording for a great show and crowd... the overall balance is 4,5 stars
Highlight: Crowd, Seconds (different intro), The Electric Co, Bad (without true snippets but with improvisation by Bono before the "come on down's part"), Two Hearts Beat As One and 40 (excellent)
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1. Intro / 11 O'Clock Tick Tock [5:41]
2. I Will Follow [3:44]
3. Seconds [3:09]
4. MLK [2:49]
5. The Unforgettable Fire [4:48]
6. Wire [4:07]
7. Sunday Bloody Sunday [5:53]
8. The Electric Co. [5:54]
9. A Sort Of Homecoming [5:12]
10. Bad [10:59]
11. October [2:03]
12. New Year's Day [4:58]
1. Pride (In The Name Of Love) [5:20]
2. Gloria [6:32]
3. Party Girl [2:46]
4. Two Hearts Beat As One [5:51]
5. "40" [16:45]
Recording Equipment - History
D6 master > DAT > CDR > EAC > FLAC
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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what they said
"I am not sure the best version of 'If You Wear That Velvet Dress' ended up on the album. It wanted to be a lounge classic. It ended up in an airport lounge as background noise."
- Bono on If You Wear That Velvet Dress
did you know
U2 was the fourth rock band to be featured on the cover of Time magazine (following The Beatles, The Band, and The Who), who declared that U2 was "Rock's Hottest Ticket".