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History: -> Sony ECM Series Mics -> Sony WM-D6 Analog Recorder -> ANAMaster
-> Analog (1) -> Leif Peterson [recording transfererer] -> Minidisc -> Consumer CDR Deck
-> CDR Master -> CDR(2) -> HHB Pro CDR Deck Cloning -> CDR(3) -> EAC Secure DAE
-> WAV -> FLAC FrontEnd (level 8)
01. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock [4:51]
02. I Will Follow [4:28]
03. Seconds [4:00]
04. MLK [2:38]
05. The Unforgettable Fire [5:03]
06. Wire [4:13]
07. Sunday Bloody Sunday [6:42]
08. Cry / The Electric Co. [8:10]
09. A Sort of Homecoming [5:21]
10. Bad [13:15]
11. October [1:53]
12. New Years Day [4:55]
13. Pride (In the Name of Love) [4:42]
"Jacksonville Summer" or "Stay Till Your Heart Beats Through"
Lineage: CDR trade from firstname.lastname@example.org >EAC >FLAC (level 7)
1. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
2. I Will Follow
5. The Unforgettable Fire
7. Sunday Bloody Sunday
8. The Electric Co.
9. A Sort of Homecoming
3. New Year's Day
5. Party Girl
The quality is one of the best audience recordings from this tour.
The only interruption is after the first "...let it go" in "Bad".
It appears that there may have been a tape flip at this point in
the show. There also seems to be a slight speed issue as everything
sounds kind of fast and Bono sounds like a 15 year old. The crowd
is very enthusiastic this night and you can tell the band is recieving
it well. Check PimmJal's notes for more interesting passages;)
Your ever-so-important fweekwensy anawasis and your choice
of 2 sets of pre-sized cover art is included.
My second U2 torrent ever so gimme a friggin' break heeah!
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"Then Bono arrived, and he meant to play the guitar, but he couldn't play very well, so he started to sing. He couldn't do that either. But he was such a charismatic character that he was in the band anyway, as soon as he arrived. I was in charge for the first five minutes, but as soon as Bono got there, I was out of a job."
- Larry Mullen jr, 1987
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.