Comments: Before One, U2 debut a new song that is still unreleased and known by the "fan working title" of We Love You (or I Love You). It had recently been soundchecked, such as in Zurich, and was played in honour of The Edge, whose 40th birthday was two days away. The band's original setlist had Party Girl listed before The Ground Beneath Her Feet but it was not played. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Good performance, not stellar. Bono's voice wasn't great.
I've heard better. The music was pretty clear but the vocals weren't quite as good. Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
The audience were pretty enthusiastic. Muffled audience noise is sometimes too loud for the show to heard well.
A good show, and although all songs are played quite well, few if any of them really shine. Worth getting for the rather odd setlist and 'We Love You' which is apparently a new song.
-Bullet the Blue Sky
-Discothèque (unusual sound, Bono was playing around with the lyric)
-All I Want Is You
-The extended outro on Mysterious Ways
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did you know
According to an interview from 1982 the song 'October' is about the Bolsheviek revolution in Russia in 1917, that brought Communism to power. This theme is mixed with a personal theme, possibly Bono's mothers death.