Comments: 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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