Comments: Crumbs From Your Table makes its live debut. The second Vertigo is impromptu - Edge and Adam had actually already swapped instruments to play 40 before Bono yelled for Vertigo. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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my first time seeing them in the flesh - incredible experience - everything I'd hoped for - I found the first time seeing them as an overwhelming experience in terms of how much heart and energy they pour in - was pleasantly surprised at how energetic The Edge was out on the ellipse - especially during The Electric Co.
decent but obviously an audience microphone - not nearly as good as others I've heard, though I have this one for nostalgia's sake Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
one of the most cohesive and energetic crowds I've ever been in
really amazing - highlights would include the openers - Bono appearing on the ellipse during City of Blinding Lights - Vertigo blew everyone's hair off (great encore choice as well - nice to see some impromptu stuff going on)
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