1992-08-13 - East Rutherford, New Jersey - Giants Stadium


Performance notes: At this show, New Year's Day replaces Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses as the song into which Until The End Of The World segues.
Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.

songs per album

  1. Achtung Baby (8)
  2. The Joshua Tree (5)
  3. Rattle and Hum (4)
  4. War (2)
  5. The Unforgettable Fire (1)

best song performances

  1. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World (3 votes)

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show attendees: 25

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2 from Maryland: bridonohue, zootv1992
2 from Pennsylvania: Steelers, raybear0801
1 from Germany: WilliamBlake4U2
1 from Colorado: elevation1975
1 from New Hampshire: teambud33
1 from Louisiana: fragrant
1 from Connecticut: numda01
1 from North Carolina: crschwei
1 from California: anstratdubh1979

review by deanallison

1 year ago


You can tell it’s near the start of a new leg. A few hiccups here and there. The start of the show is solid enough, New Years Day is the first song where they are winging it a bit, just about get to the end without a disaster. Bono seems irate throughout Angel Of Harlem which takes the shine of the performance somewhat and this seems to carry on to the beginning of when love comes to town. ISHFWILF and All I want is you are very stripped back performances, there is an appeal to that in some ways but at the same time also feels like there’s something lacking. The RTSS transition into streets seems a bit off to begin with during Bono’s harmonica part but they figure it out and avoid any major issues. The transition from the MLK speech in pride back into the band playing is a bit off too but again they sort of ride it out. WOWY and Love Is Blindness at least end things on a strong note, Edge playing a blinder on both as he did for the vast majority of the tour.


Enjoyed this recording quality. Not better than a 4 compared to others on the site but very listenable so no complaints.
Recording: Soundboard - 4.5 stars


It might just be the recording but seemed a less enthusiastic crowd than usual even in the bits the crowd would normally still come through on a soundboard they were pretty quiet.


It’s certainly not a bad show, the AB tracks are strong and the negative aspects only make up a minority of the show. There’s plenty missing though in comparison to the classic zoo tv shows and a few songs are only decent/good performances rather than great.

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  • Origins: Audience microphone, Soundboard
  • Credits: Steve Hendrix (Audio Taper), Steve Hendrix (Matrix Creator), Jason (Remasterer), Jason Engel (Remasterer)
  • Equipment: Harbal (Sound Editor), Steinberg Mastering Edition (Audio interface), Sonic BBE (Audio interface), Waves Diamond (Sound Editor)
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