Comments: Among other surprises such as the ZooTV Tour debut of I Will Follow, this show features a cover of Queen's We Will Rock You with the lyrics modified to reference George H. W. Bush like in the pre-recorded concert intro. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Great show, amazing setlist, performance, snippet and details... Band and crowd very inspired... of course one of the best concerts
I have the remaster... sounds a bit better, but still sounds bad... because original record is very, very bad with muffed sound and several cuts... still sounds like 2,25, but we can't blame the remasterer Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
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This show is full of great details... Van Diemen's Land, We Will Rock You, I Will Follow, When Love Comes To Town and All I Want Is You in the same setlist in Zoo TV concert is something very rare... also Can't Help Falling In Love and 40 snippeted... amazing, but sound make the rating falls down
Highlights: Setlist, Zoo Station, Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World, Running To Stand Still, Desire, Love Is Blindness (excellent) and all "rarities" mentioned before
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