Comments: Out Of Control is performed for the first time in over eleven years. 11 O'clock Tick Tock makes its Elevation Tour debut after appearing at a couple of small pre-tour promotional gigs (even though Bono claimed that they hadn't played it in 20 years), and gets off to a false start when Edge has guitar problems and has to get a new guitar from his technician before the song can proceed. Interestingly, the last time these two songs were played at a full tour concert (10 January 1990, Rotterdam), they were also played consecutively. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: ALD - 5 stars
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A lot of screw ups here from both Edge and Bono. Slightly higher than average I'd say. I don't know what they were thinking playing Mysterious Ways immediately after Streets. It doesn't work and it takes a while for the crowd to come out of their confusion and really get into the song, which is always a crowd pleaser from the first note otherwise. Still a pretty good show though. Really like seeing 11 O'Clock and OOC.
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Lineage: *Audience recording used:Sound Professionals binaural mics (w/battery pack) > Sony MZ-R700 MDTaper: Freeman Whitney.*ALD1 used (main ALD source):Taper: ?? This is the "rarer" ALD from this night, called "flawless" by some (it's not though). It's also known as "The Colors That You Bring".*ALD2 used: (used to correct flaws in ALD1)This recording is also known as "Out Of Control in the Windy City".Taper: Louis Choi Equipment: Sony MZ-R700 > ALD.The matrix mas made by Birdman.
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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.