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1. The Ocean
2. 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
9. Stories For Boys
11. I Will Follow
12. Out Of Control
13. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
14. The Ocean
Disc 1: Philadelphia (PA), March 4, 1981
A classic show its setlist. U2 seems more and more to help with the American public. Very specific songs like spectators repeatedly ask means I Will Follow and A Day Without Me. Bono says that he said that US radio stations are rather conservative in their programming and are quite cautious when it comes disseminate new groups on the air, but obviously the people of Philadelphia are fortunate to have good radio stations. Boy just returned on the Billboard American to the 135th spot.
The first part of the show offers a very good audience because if public influence is felt, it is not at the expense of the music. Curiously, from Stories For Boys, the record is defective, the tape speed has accelerated giving a falsetto to see Bono. The comparison between the two The Ocean and 11 O'Clock Tick Tock is eloquent on this point.