Comments: Zoo TV Tour debut of Slow Dancing. It was previously performed on the Lovetown Tour but a studio version was not officially released until November 1993. This show has the first performance of the Hear Us Coming verse unambiguously like the version that became a longstanding feature of live performances of One; previous gigs in March 1992 had either a different verse, or a very early version of Hear Us Coming. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
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They had problems with the new songs especially the fly and One ( at the start). Slow dancing is played for the first time on tour and the fourth time ever. Highlights: Zoo station, Who s gonna ride.., Tryin to through ..., Slow dancing and Ulltraviolet
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