It would be 5 stars if The Edge wouldn't stop screwing up. This is most noticeable during Stuck In A Moment. A lot of the songs were extended, for example in Until The End Of The World instead of going straight into the bridge there was an instrumental break followed by Bono snippeted Anthem and then finally going into the bridge. There were a lot of highlights (listed at the end of this review) because it was a U2 concert.
The low points of the concert were Get On Your Boots and Stuck In A Moment. Get On Your Boots is clearly not a live song because it is almost entirely pre-recorded - even vocals.
The audience was excellent during Beautiful Day, Elevation, I Still Haven't Found, Vertigo, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Where The Streets Have No Name and With Or Without You.
I haven't downloaded the bootleg, but the sound at the concert was surprisingly good from the cheap seats. Of course it wasn't perfect because it was in a stadium, but it could have been 5 stars near the soundboard.
Until The End Of The World
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
One (it included the Hear Us Coming part)
Where The Streets Have No Name
Moment Of Surrender
Get On Your Boots (Not a live song no matter how much they try)
Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of (Edge screwed up a great song)
Strong, energetic performance, though not exactly flawless. The 'office' band intro is hilarious. Felt a bit formulaic at times (which seems to be the way with this tour - fairly rigid & predictable setlist, familiar 'script' etc), but still thoroughly enjoyable. Great to hear 'Bad' again.
Enthusiastic & vocal most of the time, but a bit lacklustre during the less-familiar material. Occasionally Bono seemed genuinely overhwelmed by the audience response (eg at the end of With or Without You). Not quite in the league of the passionate fans you hear in some European & South American bootlegs
Fairly good for this type of recording. A bit fuzzy but quite listenable. This bootleg sounds much like the concert sounded up in the stands.
A reasonable bootleg as a memento if you were there (as I was), or if you want to hear the band loosening up & enjoying themselves in this section of the tour. I'm REALLY hoping someone recorded the awesome 2nd Sydney show (??).