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Traveling the World By Television
Zooropa Basel, Switzerland
30 June 1993
-Unknown Digital Generation-
2. Zoo Station
3. The Fly
4. Even Better Than the Real Thing
5. Mysterious Ways
6. One/Unchained Melody
7. Until the End of the World
8. New Year's Day
9. Dirty Old Town
10. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around the World
11. Angel of Harlem
12. When Love Come To Town
1. Satellite of Love
2. Sunday Bloody Sunday
3. Bullet the Blue Sky
4. Running To Stand Still
5. Where the Streets Have No Name
6. Pride (In the Name of Love) [fades in]
7. Video Confessionals
8. Desire/Macphisto Phone Call
9. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
10. With Or Without You
11. Love Is Blindness
12. Can't Help Falling In Love
NOTE: This is a very good audience recording of an excellent Zooropa concert.
Background and crowd noise are minimal and sound clarity is quite good.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"We thought: let's actually write songs. We wanted the record to be less vague, open-ended, atmospheric and impressionistic. To make it more straightforward, focused and concise."
- The Edge, on the band's approach to The Joshua Tree
did you know
The song 'Van Diemen's Land' is sung from the point of view of an Irish poet who spoke out against the British government and was going to be exiled to Tasmania (Van Dieman's Land is the original name for the island).