Comments: The giant lemon was broken, so it was not used. Before Desire, Bono asked humorously if the evening's persistent rain was the work of controversial state politician Fred Nile and told the crowd not to let Nile rain on their parade. He then jokingly dedicated Desire to the socially conservative Nile and another controversial Australian politican, Pauline Hanson. This show featured the last performance of MLK until 3 February 2002.
Documents about U2's 1998 tour plans that were distributed to their tour crew during Popmart's third leg in 1997 indicated there was an option for a second Sydney show at this venue the next night, 1998-02-28. This second concert was never announced as demand was insufficient. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This was almost flawless. Bullet, Please and Streets kind of let down the performance a bit. Nevertheless, AWESOME performance. Best HMTMKMKM I've ever heard from Popmart (maybe even ever). Also the best version of Desire from Popmart.
This is also quite a Hutchence driven show. Bono mentions him alot since it was where Hutchence was from and all.
Additionally, during the show, the lemon malfunctions while Bono is saying "lemon breakdown!"
I listened to the FLAC of the show, but it would probably be 3 stars if it was lossy. Yeah, definitely listenable.
They seemed to go quite crazy on HMTMKMKM. The audience were better towards the end of the set, rather at the start.
Great show. Brilliant performance, with a decent audience, and alright sound. This goes into my Top 10 of Popmart. All explanations on the performance section of what was best. 4 stars because of the audience and sound, but it was still great to listen to!
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Nom : The Story So Far
Tour : Divers
Leg : Divers
Date : -
Pays : Divers
Ville : Divers
Lieu : Divers
Type : Audio
Support : CD Silver
Fabriquant : Ultimate Sound
Num. cat. : US 03
Performance : Live
Source : Mixte
Intégralité : Plusieurs extraits
artwork , fa FOR EACH SOURCES inclus.
Disque 1 (1:16:59)
1. Sunday Bloody Sunday*
3. North And South Of The River
4. All I Want Is You
5. Unreleased Track #1
6. Unreleased Track #2
7. Unreleased Track #3
8. Unreleased Track #4
9. Unreleased Instrumental Track
10. I Will Follow
11. Wake Up Dead Man
12. Mlk (different Lyrics)
13. Desire (acoustic Version)
Contenu des disques
Disc 1 (1-2) : London, Wembley Stadium (Live Aid), July 13th, 1985 * Not INCLUDED - by request via MU
Disc 1 (3-4): Dublin, 20 novembre 1998, The Late Late Show
Disc 1 (5-6-7-8-9): Melbourne, 21 février 1998 (Soundcheck)
Disc 1 (10): Deen Haag, 12 février 1981, Pard Von Troje (Soundcheck)
Disc 1 (11): Perth, 17 février 1998
Disc 1 (12): Melbourne, 21 février 1998
Disc 1 (13): Sydney, 27 février 1998
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''Bono hits us. . very hard''
- Edge on the Conan O' Brien show, October 2005
did you know
In the live performance of 'The Electric Co.' from 1983's Under A Blood Red Sky, Bono sang a snippet of Stephen Sondheim's 'Send In The Clowns'. U2 had failed to get permission for this 27-second snippet and later agreed to pay a $50,000 penalty as well as removing the snippet from later pressings.