Comments: 40 features an extremely rare and brief snippet of Walk To The Water, a b-side of With Or Without You. Soundcheck was possibly the band but it could have been their techs - it is not known for sure which. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Origins: Audience microphone
Equipment: CoolEdit 2000 (Sound Editor), Nero ROM (Sound Editor)
Lineage: Unknown audience source (likely a Walkman or similar) > ? > CD-R received in trade > Nero ROM > Cool Edit (fades, speed reduction) > FLAC > MP3
Bonus tracks: pro-shot TV footage (pre-broadcast) > ? > low-gen VHS tape purchased 5/88 > Emerson VCR > Nero ROM > Cool Edit (fades, etc.) > FLAC > MP3 (Lame, 192kbps)
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Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.