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April 25, 1983
Ritchie Coliseum, College Park,MD
02. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
03. A Day Without Me
06. Sunday Bloody Sunday
07. Cry-Electric Co.
08. I Fall Down
11. Two Hearts Beat As One
13. Out Of Control
14. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
15. I Will Follow
16. New Year's Day
Total: ca. 78 min.
my lineage. cdr - hdd - trader's little helper - flac 8 - dime - you
Here the original Lineage:
Sony WM-D3 Analog Master
-> CD2 (via Chris H.)
-> EAC Secure
-> CEP 1.2 Wav Edit
-> CDWAV Tracksplitting
-> MKWACT 0.97b
There were thuds between all tracks, these are removed with Cool Edit.
The mastertape had some cuts because of stopping the recorder
at the tapeflip and during encore breaks, these cuts are closed/smoothed with Cool Edit.
No soundprocessing was done other then fade-in/out.
Compiled by RB
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"There's a Bono factory. The band, when they saw me getting busy, opened a factory. It's just there at the back of [Dublin suburb] Tallaght. And there's various different ones, and they're being used for different occasions."
- Bono on the fact that he seems to appear everywhere and with anyone, 2009
did you know
Guitarist The Edge recorded all the Boy songs using his natural stained Gibson Explorer. He drew inspiration from music he was listening to at the time, including Television and Siouxsie and the Banshees.