Comments: Angel Of Harlem and All I Want Is You (the latter actually on the printed setlist after Beautiful Day) were performed with a fan, Stephanie, on guitar. The Crystal Ballroom was on the printed setlist before Every Breaking Wave but it was not performed because of technical difficulties with two of Edge's guitars. With Or Without You's extra verse Shine Like Stars (which has featured rarely over the last two decades) was sung after fans brought signs and met Bono to request it. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Let's be honest... this isn't a top performance... normal setlist, a lot of screw ups by Bono and Edge, average concert... and Crystal Ballroom was in the setlist, but they didn't played because they were with tech problems... Days before this, same problem before Every Breaking Wave, but Bono talked with crowd while crew fixed the problem... the same didn't occured here
Very good, but not 4,5... 4 is good Recording: Audience microphone - 4.5 stars
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Really, not a must have, but an ok concert
Highlights: Electric Co, Vertigo, All I Want is You (because was in setlist, not a great performance) and Bullet
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Venue: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada
Bootleg: "Live Peace In Toronto 2015"
Label: Xavel Silver Masterpiece Series – SMS-052
Release Country: Japan
Source: Multiple IEM/AUD Matrix
Duration CDIII: 77:40:40
Duration CDIV: 75:10:26
Certified Lossless through TLH
3-01 Intro [People Have The Power]
3-02 The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)
3-03 The Electric Co./Send In The Clowns/I Can See For Miles/Smells Like Teen Spirit
3-04 Do You Remember Rock"N"Roll Radio?/Vertigo/God Save The Queen
3-05 I Will Follow
3-06 Iris (Hold Me Close)
3-07 Cedarwood Road
3-08 Song For Someone
3-09 Sunday Bloody Sunday
3-10 Raised By Wolves/Psalm 23
3-11 Until The End Of The World/Love And Peace Or Else
3-12 Intermission [The Wanderer]
3-14 Even Better Than The Real Thing
3-15 Mysterious Ways
4-01 Angel Of Harlem **
4-02 All I Want Is You/Into The Mystic **
4-03 Every Breaking Wave
4-04 Bullet The Blue Sky
4-05 The Hands That Built America/Pride (In The Name Of Love)
4-06 Beautiful Day/Give Peace A Chance
4-07 With Or Without You/Shine Like Stars
4-08 City Of Blinding Lights
4-09 Mother And Child Reunion/Where The Streets Have No Name/California (There Is No End To Love)
* performed by U2 tribute band "Acrobat", featuring Bono and The Edge
** with audience member Stephanie playing additional acoustic guitar
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Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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''When we were making our third record, the War LP, we were being thrown out of the studio by the studio manager because we had overrun or something and we had one more song to do. We wrote this song in about ten minutes, we recorded it in about ten minutes, we mixed it in about ten minutes and we played it, then, for another ten minutes and that's nothing to do with why it's called '40'.''
did you know
The Rattle and Hum album opens with a live cover of The Beatles' "Helter Skelter". Its inclusion on the album was intended by the band to reflect the confusion of The Joshua Tree Tour and their new-found superstar status.