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Like most Lovetown shows, the band are really excellent. No complaints! Everybody sounded great. Great snippets in Desire and All Along the Watchtower, Angel of Harlem, and especially Where the Streets Have No Name. Bad and New Year's Day are excellent, powerful versions.
The sound is good but not incredible. Recording: Audience microphone - 3.5 stars
The crowd are giving a lot of energy into the show, Bono is really playing off them in Bad.
This show was excellent! The sound quality is easily listenable and the show has nothing but strong performances.
- Bullet the Blue Sky
- Where the Streets Have No Name
- New Year's Day
- Angel of Harlem
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"Filming Red Rocks cost us thirty grand. That was all the money we'd make. This was the first tour we were going to make any money at all, and this is where we put it, so there was a lot riding on that night."
- Bono on filming Red Rocks
did you know
Much of the song 'Drowning Man' is written from the point of view of David railing at God, but occasionally, it switches, and God replies. yet, the song is addressed to Adam Clayton.