Comments: U2 perform a short studio session produced by Horslips' bassist Barry Devlin. After circulating for years in bootleg form, these songs were finally given an official release in 2004 as part of iTunes' "The Complete U2" digital pack. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Soundboard - 5 stars
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Not much to say... 3 great performances of early songs, excelent demo of Shadows And Tall Trees, and amazing performances of The Fool and Street Mission (maybe the longest Edge's solo in studio, don't know exactly about Unknown Caller and Crystal Ballroom, but at least this version is in a top 3 of Edge's longest solos in studio)
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