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A lot of screw ups, but very fun show... some interesting stuffs here, some songs sounding so different... even 40 that was a total mess up was interesting because is the only performance on this era...
This is the only time U2 snippeted Sympathy For The Devil in 2000 era (wasn't snippeted in Bad since Lovetown). Unchalned Melody was also snippet at One.. isn't rare but isn't usual this snippet at 2000 era
I have one of the some remastered versions, that sounds 3,25... a lot of screams were removed... not perfect but listenable... crowd still overshadows Bono sometimes, but the remaster isn't a crap Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
They were having a fun, singing and making jokes (the best is when some guy says "remember the words!!" to Bono during 40)
An interesting bootleg... even with not stellar performance, if the sound was better I would to give 4,5... looking for the remastered version, it's listenable and songs sounds different than usual versions
Highlights: Gone, Discotheque, 11 O'Clock Tick Tock, One (with Unchained Melody) and Bad (fluctuations on sound, but good performance with classic snippets)
Welcome to our audio page, on this page you can download lossy (MP3) and sometimes even the lossless (mostly FLAC) audio recordings (also known as bootlegs) of this show. The available recordings are sorted on the type of recording and the quality of the recording.
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"Somebody asked us: 'Do you need this stuff?' and the truth is you don't really need this stuff. But part of showbusiness is to change people's perceptions, to find ways to make the songs touch people more, to disorientate people so they're more open to being touched."
- Adam on the 360 tour
did you know
The song 'New Year's Day' is about the solidarity movement going on in Poland in the early 1980's. The government had promised changes and reforms, which would take effect on Jan. 1 of the following year, but the promises were empty.