Comments: Show is broadcast by the radio station WLIR. Setlist and show date provided by U2gigs.com.
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Lineage: Originally a WLIR-FM radio broadcast, partially booted as "I8B4IFlew"--FM Reel-To-Reel source. FM -> Reel to Reel -> Sound Forge -> CD Architect -> Cdr -> Nero 6.6 track splitup and FLAC encoding /Quality: Excellent
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what they said
"Our brightest spark wasn't at the beginning. Our brightest will be, I hope, at the end of our career. And I know that sounds like a load of bollocks. I'm always very concsious of Bono-isms."
- Larry Mullen jr, 2009
did you know
U2 was the fourth rock band to be featured on the cover of Time magazine (following The Beatles, The Band, and The Who), who declared that U2 was "Rock's Hottest Ticket".