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Really good show with very good performances, but in some moments, Bono has minimal problems with falsetto parts.
Another show with Bono's injury and again, he can't play guitar. Classic Joshua Tree Tour's setlist with some covers.
Not 5 stars, but is good for only 4 stars, so... 4,5
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Good show without major problems, some good performances, is nice hear 1987 and 1989 versions of I Still Haven't Found without Bono's guitar.
Highlights: Where The Streets Have No Name, Trip Through Your Wires, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Sunday Bloody Sunday, People Get Ready [not best version but me (and Larry haha) laughed a lot seeing (and hearing) Edge leading the crowd], Bullet The Blue Sky, Running To Stand Still
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- Bono explains why U2 displayed the names of 9/11 victims during the Elevation Tour
did you know
In September 1976, Larry Mullen, Jr. posted a notice on Mount Temple Comprehensive School's bulletin board to form a band. With seven responses to Larry's note, the band which were known at the time as The Hype, The Larry Mullen Band, Feedback and later U2 is whittled down to four as seen from 1980's debut Boy to the current day.