1987-12-11 - Hampton, Virginia - Hampton Coliseum


Comments: This is the last time U2 cover Neil Young's Southern Man.
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songs per album

  1. The Joshua Tree (8)
  2. The Unforgettable Fire (3)
  3. War (3)
  4. Other songs (3)
  5. Boy (1)
  6. October (1)

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review by cesar_garza01

2 years ago


They were right on point except for SBS.


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Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars


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It's almost the end of the JT tour and the band is giving great performances here and in Tempe. Although the second Hampton show had a better setlist, this has the better sound.
Really good performances of Bad and One Tree Hill. Running To Stand Still is superb, Bono does (almost) the same snippet he did in the Los Angeles show that I love so much.
On the downside, Sunday Bloody Sunday degenerates into a complete mess. Bono had to restart the count for everyone. That's how bad it was.

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