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I honestly don't saw to much difference between this and famous Dublin concert in performance (maybe this is a bit better to my ears)
At least Angel Of Harlem and Love is Blindness are way better on this... Bad is strong in both shows (I love Irish Heartbeat and Fool To Cry snippets, but they didn't used both at same day)... Bullet is strong in both shows too...
Desire is also way better here, but Ultraviolet isn't so good as Dublin 28
Malcolm Beaton's source is pretty good Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
Good show, same level than Dublin 28, but with audience recording..
Highlights: Mysterious Ways, Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World (several better performances, but still a highlight), Angel Of Harlem (with Dirty Old Town snippeted by Larry!!), Bad, Bullet The Blue Sky, Desire and Ultraviolet
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Source: Sony TCD D7 @ 32 khz > OKM II Rock microphones > Terratec EWX 2496 > digital transfer with optical cable > Sound Forge 9.0 >
CD Wave Editor > .wav > FLAC
Recorded at the back of the "front of stage area".
01. Intro* - incomplete - (0:15)
02. Zoo Station* - in progress - (4:25)
03. The Fly (6:19)
04. Even Better Than The Real Thing (3:42)
05. Mysterious Ways (7:07)
06. One (4:44)
07. Unchained Melody (1:25)
08. Until The End Of The World (4:54)
09. New Year's Day (5:06)
10. Numb (4:18)
11. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World (4:30)
12. Angel Of Harlem (3:56)
13. Dirty Old Town (1:03)
14. I Will Follow (3:05)
15. Stay (5:33)
16. Satellite Of Love (3:47)
15. Bad/ Irish Heartbeat - snippet - (6:07)
18. The First Time (0:33)
19. Bullet The Blue Sky (5:34)
20. Running To Stand Still (5:59)
21. Where The Streets Have No Name (5:36)
22. Pride (In The Name Of Love) (4:50)
23. encore break (4:34)
24. confession box (5:26)
25. Desire/ You Make Me Feel So Young - snippet -/ - My Kind Of Town - (4:33)
26. phone call (2:42)
27. Ultraviolet (Light My Way) (4:57)
28. My Way - snippet -/ With Or Without You (3:50)
29. Love Is Blindness (5:32)
30. Can't Help Falling In Love (2:34)
31. Outro (2:55)
[s]This show has never been transferred from my master tape so far.[/s]
EDIT: is same source as "Sleeping In My Own Bed Tonight"
* Unfortunately tracks 1 + 2 are incomplete because I plugged my microphones out accidentally after the start of the recording.
Six minutes of my recording are missing.
Transfer and upload in March 2011
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 320, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"It's a mad thing we do. There's nothing natural about it. I mean, I hit things for a living. I hit things and people clap!"
- Larry Mullen jr. on being a drummer
did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.