Comments: Amnesty International's 'Conspiracy Of Hope' Tour. After being played at the end of The Police's set at the previous show, Sun City (with Lou Reed) returns to the end of U2's set. Bono joins The Police for Invisible Sun. I Shall Be Released is played as an All-star Finale. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Lineage : Unknown analog generation tape (TDK D90)> JVC TD-EX90 > Tascam DR-2D > HDD - PC > Adobe Audition 5.5 > CD wawe editor > flac level 8
3 New Year's Day
4 Sunday bloody Sunday
5 Maggie's farm
8 Sun City (with Lou Reed)
The u2 set is complete , I Shall Be Released played as an All-star Finale is missing .Don't have reliable information about taper or generation tape (probably low), a long time ago I received in trade this tape as "FM Broadcast" source,to my ears it's just a good audience recording.Sample in the comments."
Equipment (Program): Audacity (Sound Editor)
I have to admit I'm not an expert with sound edition, so this "remaster" is similar of original recording, the source is a good audience recording, but with some noise in background, so I removed part of this (not totally, cause would interfer in quality sound) with Audacity, and give little edits... (noise reduction, normalize and also little adjusts on volume)
Drums sounds a bit more powerful than original recording, and the sound in overall is a bit more clean.
The major changes are in Bad (by the way, epic version!!). The original recording was with a kind of tape flip at minute 8:48, so I remove this, and the flip now is totally (or almost totally) inaudible... and as the rest of show, sound is a bit more powerful.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2