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the Edge: guitar
Adam Clayton: bass
Larry Mullen, Jr: drums
Nassau (Nausea) Coliseum,
April 3, 1985
runtime: 89:31 (minutes/seconds)
1: 11:00 tick tock 5:55
2: I will follow > 4:36
3: seconds 3:52
4: MLK 2:45
5: the unforgettable fire 4:46
6: wire 4:30
7: sunday bloody sunday 5:40
8: cry > electric co 7:00
9: a sort of homecoming 5:10 (end applause spliced)
10: bad medley 12:36
(including excerpts of:
Ruby Tuesday and
sympathy for the devil)
11: October > 2:10
12: new year's day 4:49
13: pride 5:12 (end applause spliced)
14: party girl 4:49
15: Gloria 5:31
16: 40 10:09 (end cuts, spliced)
audience recording probably with Sony wMD-6 walkman with unknown external mikes >
master tape, probably Maxell XLII 90 min. cassette >
Maxell XLII 90 minute 1st gen. trade copy cassette >
played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that production.
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1: ELEVEN O'CLOCK TICK TOCK
2: I WILL FOLLOW
4: [MLK] UNFORGETTABLE FIRE
6: SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY
7: [CRY-THE ELECTRIC CO.]
8: SORT OF HOMECOMING
11: NEW YEARS DAY
13: PARTY GIRL
Special thanks to Joe Maloney for making this recording available.
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Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 256, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"You see, our love of music is not just for the sound, but for the fact that you can communicate with people through it. That's what I believe U2 is all about."
- Adam Clayton in 1987
did you know
The song 'New Year's Day' is about the solidarity movement going on in Poland in the early 1980's. The government had promised changes and reforms, which would take effect on Jan. 1 of the following year, but the promises were empty.