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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
7/3/1992 - Hampton, Virginia - This review has spoilers
There isn’t much to say about this show really. Bono’s voice is in good shape at the start but gets a bit weaker throughout the show, by the time I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For has come round, he’s speak-singing most lines and gets the audience to sing a chorus. It’s in no way in bad shape, but definitely not in great shape. The band don’t do much here either, aside from pretty cool solos from Edge on both Even Better Than The Real Thing and Until The End of The World, which ain’t really anything new. The most standout thing about this show is the minor setlist changes, as this was the only time The Fly was performed after Real Thing and Mysterious Ways, and Love is Blindness was pulled from the setlist, which isn’t exactly a good kind of standout. Pretty standard show, weak for Zoo TV standards.
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"Don't call me Shirley."
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