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I was at this show! I can't believe that I finally found what I was looking for - a bootleg of the show. It was my second ever U2 show and it was by far THE BEST concert I have ever been to, including subsequent U2 shows! In fact, U2 for me have never been able to top this performance. Even the outside broadcast was pale in comparison.
Being an audience recording, it's obviously not perfect, but I've always much preferred audience recordings to soundboard because they sound more real. So for me, this is great, despite a little rattle and hum in the background. Recording: Audience microphone - 2 stars
From start to finish, U2 had everybody in the audience hooked on the new stuff. The great thing about the first leg of Zoo TV was that even the old was new - almost all of the songs were either new or new, different versions. Add the stage design and all the, at the time, unknown elements and you had a perfect concert!
Awesome. If you never saw the arean tour of zoo tv, you don't know what you're missing. These shows totally eclipse the later shows, especially Sydney.
Welcome to our audio page, on this page you can download lossy (MP3) and sometimes even the lossless (mostly FLAC) audio recordings (also known as bootlegs) of this show. The available recordings are sorted on the type of recording and the quality of the recording.
Help! Which recording should I choose? How do I play this? How can I convert these files to MP3? Answers to all your questions and a lot of general information, we have documented it all on our help and info pages.
We hope you enjoy this recording!
Can we ask you to write a short review after you have listened?.
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did you know
The Popmart stage design, which looked like a supermarket, appealed to Bono as a supermarket, with its myriad choices and temptations, could function as a metaphor for U2's songs, as they often deal with the struggle between desire and faith.