Comments: It would seem Ultra Violet (Light My Way) was originally intended to be performed at this concert. During Desire, the song normally immediately before Ultra Violet, Bono yells "no Violet, no Violet!" Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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There's no faulting them. U2 have fully embraced their new identity and Bono revels in being a Rock Star. This show is solid ZooTV performing - it isn't as over-the-top as some shows but the songs are brought out with full confidence. The older songs feel perfectly at home alongside the new stuff, too.
It's always a treat for the show to open with Bono's long 'I could've lost you' intro to Zoo Station (Is there a name for this? We should have a name for it...). The opening Achtung Baby run is strong, and Bono really wails on Mysterious Ways. As powerful as some later versions of One are, they just can't compare to those ZooTV originals, here Bono includes the 'did you come here to play Jesus? I did' lyric variant. UTEOTW has the long 'is this rock n roll?' ending and Edge provides an especially powerful solo. Wild Horses shines, and actually has an ending instead of just sort of fizzling out like it sometimes did. Edge appears to have a problem during TTTYAATW, but the song is still excellent. Bono changes lyrics in Angel of Harlem and Larry's bongos come through really well. Bono continues to not know the lyric to Dancing Queen (although he actually does attempt most of the song and gets it mostly right this time). Bad has all the extra ZooTV flourishes and some nice Beatles snippets. The solo in Bullet is absolutely blistering and seems different to normal. As ever, the transition from RTSS to Streets is magical like nothing else, and seems especially magnificent here. I Still Haven't Found sounds rather different, quite interesting, and transitions to Stand By Me seamlessly. I maintain that those 1992 versions of With Or Without see the song in its greatest incarnation, and this show supports that stance; even after hearing it a thousand times, shows like this remind you why it's their biggest hit. Love Is Blindness never goes amiss. Bono mumbles something at the beginning of it (possibly some Yeats lines as he was fond of dropping at this point?), and Edge, Adam, and Larry provide a truly chilling performance.
Sounds brilliant. The crowd are a little absent at a lot of points, which is a shame as it leaves a really hot show feeling kind of cold at parts, but quality-wise you can't fault it. Recording: "Definitive version (matrix)" - 5 stars
They're not as much of a presence as you might hope for - they're there between songs and at some other parts (like Angel of Harlem and Still Haven't Found) but they sound kind of faraway. They're definitely excited, though.
Great show in brilliant quality. The band have figured out ZooTV and are shining with the new material, but I really feel that it's the songs from The Joshua Tree that have the most sparkle in this show, all five are rendered beautifully.
- Mysterious Ways
- Until the End of the World
- probably the best Bono has managed to sing Dancing Queen
- Bullet the Blue Sky (hey, it's ZooTV, right?)
- the Running To Stand Still -> Where the Streets Have No Name transition (and Streets itself is quite the highlight)
- I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
- With Or Without You
- Love Is Blindness
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Definitive version. I'm too lazy to describe it.
02 Zoo Station
03 The Fly
04 Switching Channels
05 Even Better Than The Real Thing
06 Mysterious Ways
08 Unchained Melody
09 Until The End Of The World
10 Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
11 Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
12 Angel Of Harlem
13 Dancing Queen
14 Satellite Of Love
16 Bullet The Blue Sky
17 Running To Stand Still
18 Where The Streets Have No Name
19 Pride (In The Name Of Love)
20 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
21 Stand By Me
23 With Or Without You
24 Love Is Blindness
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Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
03- Even Better Than The Real Thing
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-Angel Of Harlem/Dancing Queen
10-Satellite Of Love
12-Bullet The Blue Sky
13-Running To Stand Still
14-Where The Streets Have No Name
15-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
16-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For/Stand By Me
18-With Or Without You
19-Love Is Blindness
1. 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. Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World
9. Angel Of Harlem / Dancing Queen
10. Satellite Of Love
1. Bad / You've Got To Hide Your Love Away / All I Want Is You
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 / Stand By Me
8. With Or Without You
9. Love Is Blindness
This is a soundboard recording, with a pretty good mix, you can hear Bono breathe at times. It is slightly pushing the high frequency distortion level at times, but not so that it takes much away from your listening pleasure. The audience level is very soft, which makes for a strange but interesting effect. 'Dancing Queen' is played as well as a stunning cover of 'Stand By Me'. Good performance from U2. I recommend this to anyone looking for a good ZooTV concert.
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- Bono, 2019
did you know
The guitar riff in the beginning of the song 'Is That All?' is from the song Cry, which can be heard at the beginning of many live versions of 'The Electric Co.'.