Comments: Until 17 May 2005, this was the only show during which 40 was played in full and did not close. It was meant to conclude the show, but the applause and chant of "how long" were so enthusiastic that U2 returned for an impromptu second encore even though the post-show Clannad music was playing, the house lights were up, and some of the audience were already departing the venue. Although this performance of Trip Through Your Wires was its tour debut, it had already been played twice, with the first performance occurring over a year ago in January 1986! Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Really great show with new songs performed well and with power, for example, With or Without You, the old performances in leg 1 were great, after 40, they returned to stage and played 2 songs
Better than the old source that was just noise, now the show is listenable Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
Really great enough to make U2 return to the stage
Well, the show is great, but the sound is just listenable, so 4 stars
Highlights: Gloria, Bullet the Blue Sky, A Sort of Homecoming, With or Without You, New Year's Day and Trip Trough Your Wires (not the best performance, but wasn't in setlist and U2 was confident to play and was ok)
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Lineage: UNknown taper or source info (low gen 3rd is my guess) tape Maxell XLII 110min received in trade. Sony KE500S 3 head deck line out> gold cable> line in PC> EAC (record WAV and Tracking) > DC-ART very light hiss filter> HarBal balance out peaks EQ up bass a tad and add 15%wet> FLAC (Frontend level 8)
UNknown taper or source info (low gen 3rd is my guess) tape Maxell XLII 110min received in trade.
Sony KE500S 3 head deck line out> gold cable> line in PC> EAC (record WAV and Tracking) > DC-ART very light hiss filter>
HarBal balance out peaks EQ up bass a tad and add 15%wet> FLAC (Frontend level 8)
1. Where the Streets Have No Name
2. I Still Haven't Found
4. I Will Follow
5. Bullet the Blue Sky
6. Running to Stand Still
7. A Sort of Homecoming
8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
10. In God's Country
3. With Or Without You
4. New Year's Day
7. The Unforgettable Fire
8. People Get Ready
10. Trip Through Your Wires
11. Southern Man
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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did you know
In 2011, Guus van Hove, the director of the Dutch music venue 013, and his girlfriend died of heat exhaustion in a remote part of the Joshua Tree National Park, allegedly searching for the site of U2's tree, which is fact is over 200 miles away from the park.