Vertigo/ Pump It Up (snippet)/ She Loves You (snippet)
Comments: This is one of three shows scheduled to make up for the postponed show that was planned to take place on 4 April 2006 at Yokohama's Nissan Stadium. Only performance of Out Of Control on Vertigo's fifth leg, and the first time it had been played in just over 13 months. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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The last leg of the Vertigo Tour is home to some truly incredible performances. This is very much one of them. Every song is played brilliantly, the setlist is really solid (my only complaint with it is the absence of Love and Peace or Else), and the band are clearly having a lot of fun with this show. All the songs come out naturally and easily, so every moment of the show - even those that on most Vertigo Tour concerts can be bit dodgy for me, like Elevation, ISHFWILF, Bullet, and even Bono's activism speeches - are a pure joy to listen to.
I had no issue with the sound. It was quite clear, not tinny or muffled. Recording: "This One Is For Us - Last night at Super Arena Japan 2006" - 4 stars
They're not super-clear in the recording, but what can be heard of them is good. They sing along really well (check out The First Time). They're not too loud, it seems like they're really appreciating the show.
What an amazing show! An absolute must-have for anybody. The setlist is great, and the band hit every song perfectly.
- City of Blinding Lights
- Vertigo (both of 'em!)
- I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
- Beautiful Day
- Angel of Harlem (one of the best ever)
- The First Time (one of the best ever)
- Miss Sarajevo (one of the best ever - Bono's singing of the Pavarotti lines in unbelievable)
- The Fly
- The Saints Are Coming (one of the best)
- Window In the Skies (one of the best)
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"This One Is For Us - Last night at Super Arena Japan 2006"
Lineage: Bono's earpiece recording: Commercial bootleg > "This One Is For Us - Last Night At Super Arena Japan 2006" > In Ear Monitor > Original silver CDs > EAC (Secure mode) > WAV > FLAC Frontend > FLAC (level 8) -- Matrix (done by diggitydog): commercial IEM + audience recording (unknown origin)
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Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"Steve had a great way of pulling the best out of everybody. Nothing was a hassle, the sessions were very positive. I think it was particularly great for Adam and Larry to work with somebody who was able to understand that we were not incredible musicians. We did what we did."
- The Edge on recording U2's first album with Steve Lillywhite
did you know
The Popmart concert held in Reggio Emilia (1997, Italy) holds the world record for the concert with the highest paying attendance for one single act without support. There were around 150.000 people.