Comments: U2's first concert in Austria is the first outdoor concert of Zoo TV, and the only one until the start of the third leg. Knockin' On Heaven's Door is performed with Axl Rose. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Origins: Audience microphone
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Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
Name : ZooWien
Tour: ZooTV Tour
Leg: Leg 2 - Europe
Material: DAT / Ecm Mics > CDR
1. Intro / Zoo Station
2. The Fly
3. Even Better Than The Real Thing
4. Mysterious Ways
5. One / Unchained Melody
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. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
2. Bullet The Blue Sky
3. Running To Stand Still
4. Where The Streets Have No Name
5. Pride ( In The Name Of Love )
6. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
8. Ultraviolet ( Light My Way )
9. With Or Without You
10. Love Is Blindness
"You didn't want anything to happen to him. You didn't really need him to take that risk for the band, but there was absolutely no talking to him."
- Adam on Bono climbing to the top of the stage during the early tours
did you know
When U2 were recording 'Electrical Storm', it was Bono's intention to write about the aftermath of 9/11, but it turned out to be a love song.