Comments: U2 play at "The Big One", a charity show for the Campaign For Nuclear Disarmament. Mike Peters of The Alarm joins U2 for Knockin' On Heaven's Door. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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A cool, short performance of the band at the CND Peace Concert, just before they "dream it all up again" for the UF era.
For most of the songs, it's 4 stars. Unfortunately, there are a lot of volume fluctuations and NYD is almost ruined with the muffled sound for the good part of it. Still, when the sound stabilizes, it's a good recording. Recording: "The Big One - CND Peace Concert" - 3.5 stars
Clapping and yelling between songs, good crowd.
Worth listening, if only because this is the last concert before the band transformed its sound once again with the Unforgettable Fire. 11 O' Clock is always a highlight and this is no exception. Mike Peters from The Alarm joined them for Knocking on Heaven's Door, although after the 149th "Knock-knock-knocking..." you get tired of the song. Not the band's fault, though.
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did you know
Dali, a name mentioned in the song 'Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World' refers to a Spanish surrealist artist. His most famous painting is one with melting clocks set against a desert landscape.