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Maybe the best performance on October Tour, every song played well, Bono interacting with crowd and all members shining during the concert
Good, 4 stars, Gloria is muffed, probably because taper was adjusting his equipment.., also some little inconstancy in volume in some songs, but still very good sound Recording: "Little Guy - Cm-30 > Cassette Recorder" - 3.5 stars
Very active during concert
Only don't give 5 stars because Gloria is muffed, and sound is very important in overall rating
Highlights: Well, every song is played well, but some highlights are I Threw A Brick Through A Window (very good Larry and Adam moment during the bridge), An Cat Dubh/Into The Heart, With A Shout, and The Electric Co. (maybe the best in October Tour)
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"The Edge is a really, really intense guy, he's got this incredibly high IQ, he's great at sorting out issues of worldly importance, it's just that he forgets the everyday things, like the chords of songs, where he is and so on."
- Bono, January 1983
did you know
Steve Wickham, who went on to join The Waterboys, played the electric fiddle for Sunday Bloody Sunday.