Comments: Before The Ground Beneath Her Feet, Bono leads the crowd in singing Happy Birthday for a fan named Anna. This show was originally scheduled at the much lower capacity Prins van Oranjehal, Utrecht. The venue was changed mid-April 2001. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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U2 in Netherlands... it never fails! What an amazing performance!
This is NOT an IEM, maybe that's what scared some people away. This is an audience recording and it's near perfect. Recording: Audience microphone - 4.5 stars
Freakingly loud. They're the best.
One of the best Elevation bootlegs you'll find. I love this show, the performance, the setlist, the people, even the short and sincere speeches.
Great start of the show. Fantastic version of Mysterious Ways. A very good and surprising appearance of 11 O'Clock. Not as fast as in the 80's, but I'll take it. Much better than Elevation Chicago. Staring At The Sun is also here. AIWIY/Streets is as good as in Slane. After SBS we have a snippet of When I Get Home to please the local crowd. After a great encore, we have a surprising Out Of Control to close the show with a big smile. This is a must-have.
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"It's a story about a man who's been up all night drinking, and when he gets home, he can't put the key in the door."
- Adam Clayton introducing Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World in Detroit, 1992
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