Comments: 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 Tokyo show at this venue the next night, 1998-03-06. This second concert was never announced as demand was insufficient. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Solid performance, with minor mistakes... Bono was doing good... only a bit tired at the end of the concert... but the concert is pretty good, amazing version of Bad, better than Santiago to my ears, with good snippets... From Mofo to Streets the concert is amazing, but the encore is a bit poor, even in Discotheque, normaly a highlight in PopMart concert, in this show is just an ok performance
My version is the same recording, but with a different transfer... this different transfer is slightly better, with Adam's sound more clean Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
They were excited
The concert is pretty good... band excited at start, Very strong show until encore, when Bono was tired, if he keeps the same form during whole concert, this could be a 4,5 stars easily
Highlights: Mofo, Gone, Last Night On The Earth, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Bad (excellent), Staring at the Sun and Bullet The Blue Sky
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did you know
The Picture of Dorian Grey mentioned in the song 'The Ocean' is a novel by Oscar Wilde, the Irish author who has been a huge influence on Bono's lyrics. In referring to it, Bono mocks his own vanity in thinking a rock star can change the world.