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Really great early Zoo TV performance, the new songs sounds better than the previous concerts, some sounds excellent like Mysterious Ways, One sounds really good too, the ending of the song was good, but still wasn't definitive, Even Better sounds similar the album version (a good thing), strong performance of Wild Horses (Edge, you are the man!!). The major force of the show was in the first part of the show, At the last part, we get an another excellent job by Edge during the solo in With or Without You! Ao overall, still some minimal mistakes but great early show.
I have another source, sounds really good.
Audience sounds 2,5... Long Island Zoo sounds 3,25 and John P. (my source) sounds 4 stars... just didn't share here because taper's request about not share in mp3 Recording: "Long Island Zoo" - 3.5 stars
In a normal occasion I give 2,5 or 3 stars to a audience like that, but well.. still a start of a new tour, something never done before and maybe this scared some U2 fans, that's probably the reason of people too quiet during the major part of this phenomenal concert, and many new songs, like all Zoo TV shows.
Good surprise listen another record of this concert, sounds good, and good performance of almost all the songs, specially by Edge.
Highlights: Even Better Than the Real Thing, Mysterious Ways (regular performance, but excellent ending), One, Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, With or Without You (excellent) and Love is Blindness.
Low: Bullet the Blue Sky (Shut up Bono!! Let's Edge plays the solo!!!!!)
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Long Island Zoo
ZooTV Uniondale, New York
09 March 1992
1. Zoo Station
2. The Fly
3. Even Better Than the Real Thing
4. Mysterious Ways
5. One/Until the End of the World
6. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
7. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around the World
8. Angel of Harlem
9. Satellite of Love/Bad/Bullet the Blue Sky
10. Running To Stand Still
11. Where the Streets Have No Name
1. Pride (In the Name of Love)
2. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
4. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
5. With Or Without You
6. Love Is Blindness
7. Can't Help Falling In Love (PA)
NOTE: This recording was transferred to CDR from the DAT master. As a result, the sound is very clean and enjoyable. After a few volume adjustments during "Zoo Station", the recording settles in quite nicely. The clarity is better than at many other indoor shows and audience noise is minimal. The only real problem with this bootleg is poor indexing. For some reason, the person who transferred this recording to CDR combined multiple songs on one track on a few occasions rather than indexing them separately.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"I was there the food was shite, I was vegetarian, full blown, verging on the vegan and so it was a difficult time. But underneath all the cultural shock I enjoyed it. So I was happy to go back".
- Larry Mullen jr, 2009, on the NLOTH sessions in Fez, Morocco
did you know
Guitarist The Edge recorded all the Boy songs using his natural stained Gibson Explorer. He drew inspiration from music he was listening to at the time, including Television and Siouxsie and the Banshees.