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Very inspired band... strong concert from the start until the end...
Show starts strong with Zoo Station and The Fly... Even Better Than The Real Thing was amazing... the best way that Bono introduces the band, and powerful Take me higher's part... Bono was wrong at the end of One, but sounds simply amazing!!
The middle of the concert is good, Until The End Of The World and Wild Horses were strong, the acoustic set is ok and classics also.
There is a short encore, but an amazing performance of With Or Without You, one of the best in Zoo TV
Sound quality is good, but bass sound isn't clean Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
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This show finish leg 1 very well, amazing! Bono and Edge were on fire!! Just don't give 5 stars because bass's sound isn't clean enough for this, and encore it's pretty short
Highlights: Zoo Station, Even Better Than The Real Thing (excelent), Mysterious Ways. One (excelent), Until The End Of The World, Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses and With Or Without You (excelent)
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