Support act: Snow Patrol Comments: Tour debuts of Until The End Of The World (last played 30 November 2006), Bad (last played 4 December 2006), and Elevation (last played 9 December 2006). With the exclusion of the 16 May 2001 show, One appears the earliest in the main set it has appeared since 1993 - it is normally played at the extreme end of the main set or in the encore. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Very good show. One is played early in the set. Elevation , Until the end and Bad were played for the first time on tour. Bono was lost in No line on the horizon. Highlights: Magnificent, Beatiful day, Desire, I ll go crazy and Moment of surrender
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July 21th 2009
Amsterdam Arena, Netherlands
Recorded by Holland Live
01. Intro (Bowie) (Official content removed)
02. Kingdom Intro (Official content removed)
04. No Line On The Horizon
05. Get On Your Boots
07. Beautiful Day
10. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
12. Until The End Of The World
13. City Of Blinding Lights
15. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight [remix]
16. Sunday Bloody Sunday
17. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
19. Walk On
20. [Desmond Tutu speech]
20. Where The Streets Have No Name
22. Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
23. With Or Without You
24. Moment of Surrender
This show is recorded from the arena. I was standing on Adams side of the stage, as close as one could get
to the speaker system. Compared to my 20th July recording, this one has a 'richer' sound, mainly because
the acoustics of the venue played a smaller role whileI was closer to the speakers than the day before.
Of course this comes at a price: There is the usual crowd noise here and there. People clapping, singing,
but I think the level is very acceptable. Please listen and judge for yourself!
Enjoy the show!
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 197, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"PLAYING WITH THE FIRE"
Matrix-mix by B!gGiRL 
-Holland Live (lossless)
-audio from video recording (mp3@320)
1 [KINGDOM INTRO]]
3 NO LINE ON THE HORIZON
4 GET ON YOUR BOOTS
6 BEAUTIFUL DAY
9 STUCK IN A MOMENT YOU CAN’T GET OUT OF
11 UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD
12 CITY OF BLINDING LIGHTS
14 I’ll GO CRAZY IF I DON’T GO CRAZY TONIGHT [remix]
15 SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY
16 PRIDE (IN THE NAME OF LOVE)
18 WALK ON
19 [Desmond Tutu speech]
20 WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME
22 ULTRA VIOLET (LIGHT MY WAY)
23 WITH OR WITHOUT YOU
24 MOMENT OF SURRENDER
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