Comments: Gloria, An Cat Dubh, Into The Heart, and Bad are played for the only time on the European leg of the Vertigo Tour. Last performances ever of An Cat Dubh and Into The Heart. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Band really in top form. From pure energetic songs to more intimate songs, they nailed them.
Love On The Tracks is a great improvement over the old source. At best 4 stars, but usually staying in the 3.5 stars rating. Totally enjoyable. Recording: "Love On The Tracks" - 3.5 stars
For me, the best show in the European Vertigo leg and a great setlist. This show was Show Of The Month for a reason. At the time, it was the longest U2 show (those were the days!). For the 3rd show in Dublin, the band had something really special: from the first Vertigo, AABOY and an excellent Gloria (only time in Europe), the band conquered the crowd. We also had the last An Cat Dubh/ITH. Nothing great (Bono, never talk during Edge and Adam moment in ITH), but this song is always welcomed.
Setlist is shaken again with OOC followed by an early Bad. Where else you'll hear Dirty Old Town in Bad? The crowd went nuts. This is the absolute peak of the show.
For a change, Bono left the tired old "Edge is from the future" jokes and told us more about Chris Nolan (not the director), the inspiration for Miracle Drug. Great run of 3 HTDAAB songs.
I'm not a fan of the political segment of Vertigo and maybe I'll never be, so let's skip that part. RTSS is dedicated to Aung San Suu Kyi, so there's a snippet of Walk On (not a big deal).
After the ZooTV and the 2nd Vertigo, you think it's over, but they play Yahweh (I love it!) and 40 to close a great show.
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"I think the music is much better than the musician, but also the audience is as much applauding itself as us. One of the things people forget about these large concerts is that the audience have heard the records, it knows the songs from the radio and the music has become part of their lives. When they hear those songs their own selves are caught up in them and they are in some way applauding the connection."
- Bono, June 1985
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1,200 tons of equipment and 3 miles of cable were used to run the ZooTV tour in 1991-1993.