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It's an FM broadcast and after almost 35 years, it's still flawless. Edge's guitar is a bit distant in the mix, but this is one of the best sounding Boy bootlegs. Recording: Analogue Cable Television Broadcast - 5 stars
Terrific audience, louding and clapping very loudly between songs. Something rare for an early broadcast to not bury the audience.
Simply spectacular. One of the best Boy bootlegs and a must-have for any fan. One source misses Things To Make And Do and Twilight. These are in the new source, but the latter misses A Day Without Me, so they complement very well. Short set, but no lowlights. An Cat Dubh/Into the Heart, 11 O'clock and Out of Control sound incredibly good. These early versions of A Day Without Me are not as strong as the latter October versions with Brick, but that's not a fault of this bootleg. The bootleg also contains The Ocean and 11 O'clock from the Old Gray Whistle Test show of January 28, 1981. Highly recommended.
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Analogue Cable Television Broadcast
Origins: Analogue Cable Television Broadcast
Lineage: [audio only] vhs master > dvd recorder > dvd decrypter > cool edit pro 2.1 > wav > flac level 6 > mp3
Tour : Boy Tour
Leg : Leg 2 - North America + Europe
Date : 01.23.1981
Country : Irlande
Town : Belfast
Place : Queen's University
Source : Broadcast
Integral : Complete
Lineage: Unknown tape -> unknown CD-R -> FLAC via xACT
Disc 1 (00:41:06)
1. Intro / announcer
2. The Ocean
3. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
4. An Cat Dubh
5. Into The Heart
6. Another Time, Another Place
7. The Electric Co.
8. Things To Make & Do
10. I Will Follow
11. Out Of Control
Here's another one while I have out this big BOY Tour CD wallet. I've seen another bootleg of this show called "Boy Belfast" but it only had 10 tracks, where this has 11 (it includes the introduction of the band by the BBC announcer stating various accolades). Very nice early FM broadcast.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"Thank God we aren't called the Red Hot Chilli Peppers"
- Bono's response at a show in Salt Lake city when fans had drew a 50ft 'U2' sign on the hills looking over the stadium (1997-05-03).
did you know
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