1982-07-04 - Werchter, Belgium - Festival Grounds

setlist

Comments: Festival's line-up is the same as the previous day. Bono again impressively climbs the stage's scaffolding during The Electric Co. Before Out Of Control, Edge starts playing the intro of Twilight but stops. The show is filmed and recorded for both TV and radio, and I Threw A Brick, A Day Without Me, and Fire are later used as b-sides on the New Year's Day single.
Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.

songs per album

  1. Boy (7)
  2. October (5)
  3. Other songs (1)
  4. B-sides and singles (1)
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review by cesar_garza01

1 year ago

Performance

Bono lost his voice the previous day, so he can't sing properly on some songs. Still, he compensates with passion and energy and it's still a great performance.

Sound

Now we have two excellent recordings of the show, thanks to BigGirl.
Recording: "Rock Werchter '82" - 5 stars

Audience

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Overall

U2 playing in Werchter for the first time (they eventually became the headliners just 3 years after) and they gave a hell of a show. Even if Bono's voice was not good, starting with Gloria they won the crowd over. The Brick/A Day Without Me is one of the best here. Other highlights: Rejoice, 11 O'Clock Tick Tock with Give Peace A Chance, and Fire to close the show. During Out Of Control, Edge trolled us by playing the intro to Twilight. Give us the full song lads! A must-listen if you like this period of the band.

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