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The band at their peak, great, great performances nearly in all songs. The (minor) mistakes even add something to the show.
Get the "Dinky Trabant" source, it's great. There are some minor distortions, but I'm being picky here.
The crowd is up front in this bootleg. You can hear them screaming, clapping, yelling, laughing, etc. Love it.
To me, the best bootleg of the 1st Leg (Tacoma has serious issues with the sound). It's all about the music here, no nonsense. Nearly all songs are highlights here. The band was still experimenting and all the songs sound fresh. One, with great vocals by Bono in the end, BTBS sounds amazing, even during Satellite Of Love the crowd was going nuts. WOWY is fantastic, better than the famous Washington show in the 3rd leg. Edge and B. had some problems with The Fly and B. forgot the lyrics in WGRYWH, but it was still a highlight of the night. Tryin' to throw your arms was great too, the audience was having a blast. There is a fade out/fade in between BTBS and RTSS and the encore break is cut, but hey, that's good, right?
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"Bono Is A Dinky Trabant"
ZooTV Tour (indoor)
Leg 1 - North America
April, 7, 1992
Austin, Texas, USA
Frank Erwin Center
Silver CD by Insect Records (Cat. # Ins 34-35)
Source : Audience
Lineage: Silver CD > CD-R > .WAV via xACT > .FLAC via xACT
Disc 1 (01:00:58)
1. Zoo Station
2. The Fly
3. Even Better Than The Real Thing
4. Mysterious Ways
6. Until The End Of The World
7. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
8. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
9. Angel Of Harlem
10. Satellite Of Love
11. Bad / All I Want Is You
12. Bullet The Blue Sky
Disc 2 (01:02:56)
1. Running To Stand Still
2. Where The Streets Have No Name
3. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
4. I Still Haven't Found (what I'm Looking For)
6. Ultraviolet (light My Way)
7. With Or Without You
8. Love Is Blindness
9. Mysterious Ways
10. Even Better Than The Real Thing
11. Zoo Station
12. Angel Of Harlem
13. Satellite Of Love
Disc 1 & Disc (1-8) Austin, TX, April 7, 1992
Disc 2 (9-13): Dallas, TX, April 5, 1992 (soundchecks).
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
Date: 1992-04-07 (07th of April 1992)
Venue: Frank T. Erwin Center, Austin, USA
Bootleg: "Ride Your Wild Horses"
Label: Christie Records– CR 26957
Genre: Perfect Audience
Rating: 5 Stars!!!
Duration : 76:42:05
Lineage: Bootleg CDs > Nero StartSmart > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC8
Artwork: 300 dpi included
Lossless: Certified through TLH
01 Zoo station
02 The fly
03 Even better than the real thing
04 Mysterious ways
06 Until the end of the world
07 Who's gonna ride your wild horses?
08 Tryin' to throw your arms around the world
09 Satellite of love
11 Bullet the blue sky
12 Running to stand still
13 Where the streets have no name
14 Pride (In the name of love)
15 With or without you
Ultra Rare Bootleg...With an amazing sound & a great beautiful front artwork.
Deserving the optimal rating with no hesitation!!!
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Audio / FLAC
Bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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