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As good as a radio broadcast Recording: "Four At Four" - 4 stars
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We're in March '85, they'd been on tour with UF songs since August '84. It's obvious that they measured the sizes of the new material, mixed it up with the old stuff and felt very easy to play in front of bigger crowds than it used to be until two years ago. It's U2 before The Joshua Tree explosion doing the rehearsals for the explosion.
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Silver CD, manufactured by Red Phantom
Num. cat: RPCD 2059/2060
Lineage: AKG 460 B w/ULS 61 capsule > WM-D5; ANA-M > Cassette > CDR
1. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
2. I Will Follow
5. The Unforgettable Fire
7. Sunday Bloody Sunday
8. The Cry / The Electric Co.
9. A Sort Of Homecoming
12. New Year's Day
13. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
14. Bono's Speech
15. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Label: The Flying Tigers
Catalog #: FTBX 0035/36/37
Matrix # CD1: FTBX 0035 PHC
Matrix # CD2: FTBX 0036 PHC
Matrix # CD3: FTBX 0037 PHC
Packaging: 5,91" x 11,02" x 1,26" Box set
CDs Packaging: 3 x Jewel cases
1-1 11 O'clock Tick Tock 5:00
1-2 Seconds 3:42
1-3 M.L.K. 2:42
1-4 The Unforgettable Fire 5:09
1-5 Wire 4:06
1-6 Sunday Bloody Sunday 5:27
1-7 The Electric Co. 8:36
1-8 A Sort Of Homecoming 4:59
1-9 Bad 10:44
1-10 October 2:06
1-11 New Year's Day 5:58
1-12 Pride (In The Name Of Love) 5:29
1-13 Knocking On Heaven's Door 4:00
1-14 Gloria 4:58
2-1 40 9:10
2-2 Indian Summer Sky 3:55
2-3 Party Girl 3:34
2-4 C'mon Everybody 2:03
2-5 Sunday Bloody Sunday (acoustic) 4:27
2-6 Maggie's Farm 6:39
2-7 Where The Streets Have No Name 6:26
2-8 I Will Follow 4:22
2-9 Trip Through Your Wires 3:49
2-10 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 5:51
2-11 The Unforgettable Fire 4:37
2-12 Bullet The Blue Sky 5:23
2-13 Running To Stand Still 4:25
2-14 Exit 4:42
2-15 In God's Country 3:11
2-16 Sunday Bloody Sunday 5:52
3-1 Bad 11:28
3-2 Springhill Mining Disaster 3:41
3-3 New Year's Day 5:18
3-4 Pride (In The Name Of Love) 5:25
3-5 Mothers Of Disappeared 4:09
3-6 With Or Without You 6:39
3-7 Silver And Gold 6:11
3-8 Out Of Control 5:02
3-9 One Tree Hill 5:37
3-10 A Sort Of Homecoming 5:53
3-11 People Get Ready 4:50
3-12 All Along The Watchtower 3:20
3-13 Angel Of Harlem 3:37
3-14 When Love Comes To Town 4:15
3-15 Love Rescue Me 3:59
CD Content: 2 Incomplete concert(s)
CD 1-2 Date: Mar. 21, 1985 • (82:11 min.)
CD 1-2 Site: Chicago, University Illinois Pavilion
CD 2-3 Date: Apr. 29, 1987 • (85:22 min.)
CD 2-3 Site: Chicago, Rosemont Horizon
Sources CD 1-2: Soundboard
Sources CD 2-3: Audience
Extra Tracks CD3: London - Oct. 16, 1988
Extra Tracks: Various live extracts - 1984-1987
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"I remember opening with Mofo and being so aware of extreme fear. My whole body was caked in sweat and there was this feeling of having no strength in any part of my body" - Adam Clayton on Popmart opening night.
did you know
The guitar riff in the beginning of the song 'Is That All?' is from the song Cry, which can be heard at the beginning of many live versions of 'The Electric Co.'.