Episode #16 - The 50 most amazing U2 shows, part 2: the 90s
The 90s is considered by many to be U2's best decade when it comes to liveshows. In this second part of our special series on U2's 50 most amazing shows we go through their best and most historic shows from the nineties. Also for this episode we have included spoken memories from fans around the world who attended these shows. Enjoy part two of four: U2's most amazing shows from the nineties.
In writing: the 50 most amazing U2 shows, the 90s
We've updated our Original series listing the most amazing U2 shows of all time, today we are releasing the updated second part. Covering the shows from the nineties, with links to shows, great photos and more. You can find it here.
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what they said
"Playing outdoors was a huge worry, because I've never seen an outdoors how that I really thought was great. Once we got started though we were fine, in fact we're so pleased with the way the outdoor shows went that we decided to add more outdoor shows to the American tour."
- The Edge, 1987
did you know
Larry Mullen Jr. is well-known for his dislike of the Passengers album. In 2002, when reflecting on the album, he mentioned while it hadn't grown on him, Miss Sarajevo (with Luciano Pavarotti) 'is a classic'. The song was played subsequently on the 2005 - 2006 Vertigo Tour, on the 360 Tour (2009 - 2011) and also on the Joshua Tree 2017 tour (even though it was tiitled "Miss Syria" then).