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Not a great performance - just average if you ask me.
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
Good but nothing special or over the top participation
POP for me was easily the band's worst musical period and this concert reflected this. I remember standing and looking out at the Philadelphia skyline which at the time looked a whole lot more enticing.
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"Adam became our manager and had cards printed up. For a while, Adam and Bono were certainly the two most vocal characters in the group, myself and Larry being a big younger. Adam's understanding of such exotic terms as gig and riff gave him a certain authority. I think we were using the word "rift" until Adam put us right. We were suitably impressed"
- Edge on Adam
did you know
The cover art for No Line on the Horizon is a photograph of Lake Constance, taken by Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto; titled Boden Sea, it is one of 200 pictures in his Seascapes collection. The image was the inspiration for Bono's lyrics on the track "No Line on the Horizon".