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My first U2 experience, and I could not have asked for more. This one came just 2 days after the famous DC show and has much of the same feel.
There are better recordings on this tour, of course, but you still get a good sense of the show from this one. Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
A crazy outdoor general admission show. The crowd was clearly a bit exasperated with the opening act (Primus) and the pre-opening 'DJ', and U2 seemed to take a while to get onstage, but once things kicked in, everyone was fully engaged.
This show was over-the-top with U2 in their flashy prime. Highlights were Zoo Station and The Fly, and definitely Running to Stand Still with transition into Where the Streets Have No Name (the 'lights up' was especially powerful in Saratoga).
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Origins: Audience microphone
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Bit rate: 128, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"And humor and laughter, to me, is the proof of the presence of freedom."
did you know
The original working title of "Exit" was "Executioner's Song" because U2 was using a lot of literature as their jumping off point for the songs in terms of just taking their work in a slightly different direction.