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German FM Feed (Eins LIve - Cable) > SBM > Sony DTC-ZE 700 > Optical > Terratec EWX 24/96 > WAV Editor > CD Wave > MKW > SHN
Length: 18.38 min
Quality: EXcellent (-) FM Broadcast
Size: 144 MB (SHN)
01. One (with "Walking Away" / "Walk On" Snippets) 4.51
02. Beautiful Day 4.27
03. Until The End Of The World (with "Two Tribes" / "Live Forever" Snippets) 4.58
04. Mysterious Ways (fades out) 4.22
London, England. Earls Court Arena.
February 26, 2001. Complete Show (see above).
The somewhat chirping sound was allready on the original broadcast (maybe the FM station received a compressed recording for their broadcast). All other distortions (occassionally pops on Bonos mic for example) were also from the original broadcast.
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"Every day I turn around and think, 'What the fuck was I doing? How did I get here?'. I did not own any of their records at all. Not even Achtung Baby, not Zooropa. I came into it totally fresh."
- Howie B on working with U2 for Pop
did you know
Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders sang backing vocals on "Pride". At the time The Unforgettable Fire was recorded, she was married to Jim Kerr of Simple Minds.