1992-09-03 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Veteran's Stadium


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songs per album

  1. Achtung Baby (8)
  2. The Joshua Tree (5)
  3. Rattle and Hum (3)
  4. Other songs (2)
  5. The Unforgettable Fire (2)
  6. War (1)
  7. B-sides and singles (1)

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show attendees: 12

New Jersey
4 users from Pennsylvania: Ebster, Steelers, scoobycem, theFly5150
4 from New Jersey: meddave, petedoc, rspass, trm15
1 from Maryland: fanclubber
1 from Florida: MarioScarpati
1 from Texas: dutchterp7
1 from Illinois: acroopnc1

review by fleavox

4 years ago


Not so strong like Philadelphia 1, but still good, cool version of The Fly, but some troubles on record, performance is ok.


The sound is good, but some problems on record
Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars


This part is only rated, not commented on


Performance is good, but the troubles on recording didn't let me to give higher than 3,5

Highlights: The Fly, Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World and Still Haven't Found (is acoustic, but the singing is similar the previous concert)

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  • Show downloads: 539

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