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The amount of energy that went into this show is subliminal. Those days were so energetic for the band. Bono always got the crowd going, it was insane. The show was great, songs were performed brilliantly, no doubt about it.
One song that was great was Sunday Bloody Sunday. Everytime that song is played, everyone goes ape. It's great. Bono shouts "SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY!!!" and then all you hear is "YEEEYYYY!!!!!".
Good sound, a little hazy though. Recording: "I Think This Is Working, Yes" - 4 stars
Good audience, a bit lazy at times but done well.
Good bootleg, band energetic like crazy. This showed the world that U2 were rising, quickly.
- A Day Without Me
- Sunday Bloody Sunday
- Out of Control
- A Celebration
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- Bono in 2014
did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.