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BG notes: UAG from same source as RossMan transfer,
but likely taken from a lower generation and/or better transfer (better azimuth).
Cdr (obtained in trade, unknown taper, equipment, lossless)
> EAC to wav > FLAC Frontend 1.7.1. to FLAC Level 6
Disc 1 (60:15)
1. 4th of July (PA)
2. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
3. I Will Follow
6. The Unforgettable Fire
8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
9. Cry-Electric Co.
10. A Sort of Homecoming
Disc 2 (35:51)
2. New Year's Day
4. Knocking on Heaven's Door
This one is dedicated to Kittycran, who is one of the most generous seeders in this wonderful
The source for my version (unknown taper, equipment) is presumably the same as the one Justin
quotes on his site, as his description of quality is pretty much what we have here:
"Decent quality, but the sound is pretty distant. Not much low end on this recording.
Audience noise is a minor issue."
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
Total Time: 96:39
Source: Analog Cassette (Unknown Generation)>WAV>CD
Transfered by RossMan (email@example.com)
00 - Intro
01 - 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
02 - I Will Follow
03 - Seconds
04 - MLK
05 - The Unforgettable Fire
06 - Wire
07 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
08 - The Electric Co.
09 - A Sort Of Homecoming
10 - Bad
11 - October
12 - New Years Day
13 - Pride (In The Name Of Love)
14 - Knocking On Heavens Door
15 - Gloria
16 - "40"
17 - Outro
Transfered from a analog cassette, this show suffers from some sort of squealing noise
thourghout the show. Tried to fix it but couldn't. It is a flaw with the recording.
It is not a noticable during loud sections. The volume also changes a bit thourgh the show,
most noticably after Bad. I tried to boost the volume as best I could but it only made the
squealing noise louder. Also, the very end of Gloria is cut.
It's too bad for all the flaws in the recording because this sounds like a great show.
The highlights are The Electric Co. (with Happy Xmas), a version of Bad that comes close to
rivaling that of the 1985-04-15 Meadowlands show and a inspired version of Knocking On Heavens
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"Did you know he wrote 'Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses' about the Edge? - I think that is amazing"
Robbie Williams on Bono's songwriting, 2005
did you know
The Picture of Dorian Grey mentioned in the song 'The Ocean' is a novel by Oscar Wilde, the Irish author who has been a huge influence on Bono's lyrics. In referring to it, Bono mocks his own vanity in thinking a rock star can change the world.