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It's was my first ever u2 concert so for me they were perfect.
And the setlist was perfect for me.
I love it, it's like i'm back in Paris ! The sound is really good except few seconds on one song, but it's really not a problem to enjoy the whole show.
We clearly hear the group and also feel the crowd !
I have listen to the FLAC files on my computer and now i'm turning them into m4a for the opportunity to bring the concert with me everywhere
Recording: "DPA 4061 - Edirol R-09" - 4 stars
The audience wasn't participating a lot during Noel Gallagher set, only for the oasis songs
The audience was great for u2 but sometimes (especially during the Bside of Joshua Tree) it was too quiet. But in the end the public wasn't that bad :p
I arrived at the SdF at 15.15, we came in at 17.30 finally. All the public around us was happy, i was there with my BFF it was our first ever u2 concert. We loved every seconds of it. It was a total blast for us. It worths the wait really : 30years for my BFF and 25years for me !
It's been one week now since the concert, and i still have Bono singing in my head H24 !!! :p
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01. ** Intro
02. Sunday Bloody Sunday
03. New Year's Day
05. Pride (In the Name of Love)
06. Where the Streets Have No Name
07. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
08. With or Without You
09. Bullet the Blue Sky
10. Running to Stand Still
11. Red Hill Mining Town
12. In God's Country
13. Trip Through Your Wires
14. One Tree Hill
16. Mothers of the Disappeared
17. ** Encore
18. Miss Sarajevo
19. Beautiful Day
22. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
24. The Little Things That Give You Away
Raw recording, no mastering applied, only volume adjusting between microphones.
A small cut during Running to Stand Still thanks to some dead new batteries ...
Recorded by C
NOTES UPDATE JULY 27:
Permission to share lossless at u2start:
[quote=JulienLossless,m=773965]Okay I'll make an exception for that recording, you can share it on u2start as long as it remains lossless, simply no mp3 set. Since indeed some wankers already put it other places you might as well upload it here. (Just so you know Christophe is my taping buddy and I'm the one who actually uploaded the show under his nickname on u2t so that permission is valid and not a trap, I'll edit the comment on u2t about that)[/quote]
01-Intro (The Whole Of The Moon-The Waterboys Song)
02-Sunday Bloody Sunday
03-New Year's Day
05-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
06-Where The Streets Have No Name
07-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
08-With Or Without You
09-Bullet The Blue Sky
10-Running To Stand Still
11-Red Hill Mining Town
12-In God's Country
13-Trip Through Your Wires
14-One Tree Hill
16-Mothers Of The Disappeared
21-Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
23-The Little Things That Give You Away
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did you know
While the band and crew were working on the Joshua Tree album's mixing, Lillywhite's wife, singer Kirsty MacColl, volunteered to set the running order for the album. The band told her to put "Where the Streets Have No Name" first and "Mothers of the Disappeared" last, with the rest sequenced according to her preference.