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In The Midnight Hour has snippeted in Surrender, and Amazing Grace in The Electric Co.
But the best moment here is Bad!
This song is frequently performed with snippets, and here, this snippets are Walk On The Wild Side (normally this is sung at the end of Bad, but here the song was snippet at the beggining), and at the end, the snippets are "I'm Waiting For The Man", "Ruby Tuesday" (2 times, the first in this order, and the second after You've Got To Hide Your Love Away), "Sympathy For The Devil", "Norwegian Wood" and "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away"
Great sound, This bootleg sounds better than many bootlegs with "4 stars"
Recording: Audience microphone - 3.5 stars
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Highlights: Surrender (last and great performance), Two Hearts Beat As One, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bad (excellent and with many snippets not listed), Gloria and 40.
Low: Pride is cut at the end (but still was great)
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did you know
The original working title of "Exit" was "Executioner's Song" because U2 was using a lot of literature as their jumping off point for the songs in terms of just taking their work in a slightly different direction.