Comments: Initially scheduled for 2010-06-16 with The Fray and Moonalice as support acts but postponed to 2011 on 25 May 2010 due to Bono's back surgery and rehabilitation period. Rescheduled date announced on 13 July 2010. After Until The End Of The World, Bono gets The Edge to tell the crowd about how he and Larry went drinking with Metallica and Green Day the previous night. Larry then sings a few lines of Lou Reed's Perfect Day, followed by Bono leading the audience in singing Happy Birthday for his friend John. An archive of tweets for this show can be found here. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Lineage: Beyerdynamic CK930 microphones > Naiant Littlebox (custom built preamp and phantom power supply) > Sony PCM-M10 (24 bit 44.1kHz)USB cable > PC > Sound Forge 10 Pro (normalize by peak levels, convert to 16 bit [iZotope MBIT+ basic2 psych9 1 bit dither], export tracks to .wav files) > Trader's Little Helper (level 8 encoding, align on sector boundaries) > flacs, ffp, md5 files
Even Better Than The Real Thing
I Will Follow
Get On Your Boots
Until the End of the World - Anthem - Where Have All The Flowers Gone Perfect Day
All I Want Is You
Beautiful Day - Space Oddity
City of Blinding Lights
I'll Go Crazy (remix) - Discotheque - Life During Wartime - Psycho Killer
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Will You Love Me Tomorrow - Where the Streets Have No Name
Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me
With or Without You
Moment of Surrender
Above is a list of the songs played that I found online. It does not correspond exactly to the way I tracked this recording, eg., some spoken word portions were made into separate tracks.
Track 13 is a good place to start disc 2 if you're burning this to cds.
stealth audience recording by Easy Ed about 50 feet from stage edge from directly aligned with left speaker array, standing shoulder to shoulder with fellow taper Daspyknows, who ran Schoeps MK4s > Nbox > Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K
Beyerdynamic CK930 microphones > Naiant Littlebox (custom built preamp and phantom power supply) > Sony PCM-M10 (24 bit 44.1kHz)
USB cable > PC > Sound Forge 10 Pro (normalize by peak levels, convert to 16 bit [iZotope MBIT+ basic2 psych9 1 bit dither], export tracks to .wav files) > Trader's Little Helper (level 8 encoding, align on sector boundaries) > flacs, ffp, md5 files
Opening Act(s): Moonalice, Lenny Kravitz
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"It doesn't have to be illegal substances. You can be addicted to applause, you can be addicted to being on the road. I mean, being in U2 can be its own addiction. We have to recognize that. And there's a part of that in the lyrics. The image of Daddy is one of benevolence and in this song it's twisted around and become the thing that you're dependent on and that you look for support from."
- The Edge on Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car
did you know
The 'seven towers' referred to in the song 'Running To Stand Still' are seven 18 floor tower block buildings central to the development which developed a serious heroin problem over the years in Ireland.