Performance notes: Party Girl features some extended improvisation at the end. This show features the sole performance of Neil Young's Southern Man on the Unforgettable Fire Tour, and it is a rough and energetic performance. It was last played in August 1982 and doesn't reappear live until March 1987. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Recorded from vinyl to Sound Blaster Live (Line In) using Sound Forge 4.5 recorder.
01 Intro 4th of July
02 11 o´clock Tick Tock
03 I Will Follow
06 The Unforgettable Fire
08 Sunday Bloody Sunday
09 The Cry- The Electric Co
10 A Sort of Homecoming
13 New Years Day
15 Party Girl
17 Southern Man
Total running time: 85:58
This is a grab of the 1985 "Camouflage Heart" vinyl bootleg, cleaned up.
There is a skip in track 17 due to a scratch on the vinyl.
I have tried everything to rectify this but to no avail.
The vinyl source needed slowing down some 2 percent.
There was also a certain amount of surface noise which I treated using the Noise Reduction plug in.
The distortion that is prevalent in certain numbers seems to be from the source tape.
(Tapers used walkman recorders in those days and the microphones were lame).
This recording was very very widespread between 1985 and 1987 but does not seem to be very well
circulated at the current time. The performance is solid, with humorous interludes in Electric Co
and Party Girl. The version of Bad is one of the best I have heard.
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what they said
"When I Look At The World was written from the perspective of two characters, where the chorus is how the cynic is kind of in awe of this other character who has maintained optimism and face."
- The Edge, 2020
did you know
In U2's very early days, a guy called Eugene who played drums in a north Dublin rock outfit called Stryder occasionally filled in for Larry on the gigs he couldn't make.