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Not so good like next show in East Rutherford, but also good show...
Bono was wrong in some lyrics.. but nothing to ruin the performance... nice version on Mysterious Ways, very good version of Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World, and last electric Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses in Zoo TV
Great Satellite of Love with Lou Reed and Bono try to find himself at start of When Love Comes To Town
Bullet The Blue Sky is strong and Stand By Me close the classics part very well and very good encore with powerful versions for all the songs... but not an amazing Love is Blindness compared with other versions
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
Great, specially at classics part
Very good concert with great Satellite of Love with Lou Reed (I don't like the song, but this is an rare version)
Highlights: Mysterious Ways, Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World, Satellite of Love, Bullet The Blue Sky , Desire and With Or Without You
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Origins: Audience microphone
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Bit rate: 160, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
General Informations :
Name : Wanted!
Tour : ZooTV Tour
Leg : Leg 3 - Outside Broadcast Tour
Date : 08.12.1992
Country : USA
Town : East Rutherford
Place : Giant's stadium
Type : Audio
Support : Silver CD
Manufacturer : Red Phantom
Num. cat. : RPCD 2121/22
Barcode : 8 013133 000870
Performance : Live
Source : Audience
Integral : Complete
Disc 1 (1:14:28)
2. George Bush Rap
3. Zoo Station
4. The Fly
5. Even Better Than The Real Thing
6. Mysterious Ways
8. Unchained Melody
9. Until The End Of The World
10. Who's Gonna Ride You Wild Horses
11. Dirty Old Town
12. Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World
13. Angel Of Harlem
14. When Love Comes To Town
15. Satellite Of Love
17. All I Want Is You / Bullet The Blue Sky
Disc 2 (1:11:26)
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
5. Stand By Me
7. Ultraviolet (light My Way)
8. With Or Without You
9. Love Is Blindness
10. Can't Help Falling In Love
11. New Year's Day
12. Ultraviolet(light My Way)
13. Who's Gonna Ride You Wild Horses
14. Sunday Bloody Sunday
Disc 1 (1) : Washington, 20 Janvier 1993
Disc 1 (2-17)& 2(1-10) : East Rutherfod, 12 Aout 1992
Disc 2 (11) : Foxboro, 23 Septembre 1992
Disc 2 (12, 13) : Lakeland, 29 Février 1992
Disc 2 (14) : East Rutherford, 13 Aout 1992
This CD features two interesting soundcheck recordings, apparently from just before the first ZOO TV show in Lakeland, Florida. When listening to the soundchecks (which are recorded fairly well), its quite strange to hear U2 play live, but with no applause or audience noise. I'd recommend this CD for anyone's collection, if only for the soundchecks and the brilliant performance (in my opinion) of Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses!
If you haven't got an Outside Broadcast Tour bootleg yet, then I think this one is worth the money. Disc 1, Track 1 is the infamous Automatic Baby performance, with Michael Stipe (of R.E.M.) on lead vocals.
There is a good stereo
Audio : Excellent
Performance : Very Good
Achtung : Not prioritary (G)
"The band weren't even drinking. Can you imagine? You're in a candy store and these guys don't even want to smell the sweets."
- Larry on the legend of Adam's partying in the early days
did you know
The title of the song Hawkmoon 269 came from a place U2 passed by during the Conspiracy of Hope tour called Hawkmoon. The number 269 stands for the amount of mixes the song needed before it was ready, it took the band three weeks to record.