Performance notes: First performance of Knockin' On Heaven's Door since December 1983. At the end of Wire, Bono seems to be about to snippet John Lennon's Give Me Some Truth as he had on previous nights recently, but then stops himself and announces Sunday Bloody Sunday. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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01-[PA intro: "4th Of July"]
02-11 O'Clock Tick Tock
03-I Will Follow
06-The Unforgettable Fire
08-Sunday Bloody Sunday
09-Cry-The Electric Co.
11-A Sort Of Homecoming
14-October/New Year's Day
15-Pride (in The Name Of Love)
19-Knockin' On Heaven's Door
*reference for pitch correction is "4th Of July" (taped intro).
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
The existing audience recording was excellent, but when I listened to it in detail it had some flaws in the equalisation and synchrony of the tracks. I managed to reassemble the concert and make it more balanced in sound and also improved the transitions from song to song.
After listening to the show in its entirety, I think it is the best record we have at the moment of this tour in "audience" format.
The setlist is a true delight with 6 killer songs from The Unforgettable Fire and great versions of the 3 previous albums.
Disc 1: [1:10:56]
01. Intro: 4th Of July [0:41]
02. 11 O'clock Tick Tock [4:49]
03. I Will Follow [4:25]
04. Seconds [3:43]
05. MLK [2:53]
06. The Unforgettable Fire [5:12]
07. Wire [3:49]
08. Sunday Bloody Sunday [5:24]
09. Electric Co. [8:17]
10. A Sort Of Homecoming [5:50]
11. Bad [12:05]
12. October [2:07]
13. New Year's Day [5:08]
14. Pride (In The Name Of Love) [6:33]
Disc 2: [53:39]
01. Party Girl / Gloria [10:47]
02. Knockin' On The Heaven's Door [4:18]
03. 40 [8:29]
04. Touch [2:43]
05. An Cat Dubh / Into The Heart [7:53]
06. A Day Without Me [3:08]
07. Twilight [4:33]
08. Electric Co. [4:32]
09. Stories For Boys [3:07]
10. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock [4:09]
Disc 1, Disc 2 (01-03): February 5, 1985. Bologna, Italy. Teatro Tenda.
Disc 2 (04-11): October 14, 1980. Hilversum, Holland. KRO Studios.
Disc 1, Disc 2 (1-3): Excellent audience.
Disc 2 (4-11): Very good soundboard. There is some hiss, though.
Disc 2, Track 1 is "Party Girl", followed by "Gloria", both on the same track for some reason. Disc 1, Track 1 is the studio recording of "4th Of July," playing while U2 take the stage. A fine example of U2 live in the mid 80's. You'll probably find this one a bit difficult to find at this point in time. The jewel case is a thick double case, and it comes with an 8-page booklet complete with liner notes and 1985 tour dates. See also TOUCH. This is the original pressing on this label.
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what they said
"I actually think it's about sex in Dublin as a teenager. It's about finding a place where you can be with your girlfriend, which was a real problem at the time."
- Bono on the song 'Another time, Another Place'
did you know
U2 lost money on the production of the 1997 Sarajevo PopMart show as ticket prices were kept low, an average of $18, which did not cover the cost of the production. Any income generated from radio sales went to War Child.