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Good performance, but it's very average for the ZooTV Tour, nothing really passionate or spectacular.
Edge makes a few little mistakes early in New Year's Day.
New Year's Day is pretty long and has a strange sound, which makes it quite an interesting performance.
Bono starts Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World with the 'sunrise like a nosebleed' verse and seems to stumble over some of the lyrics later on in it.
With or Without You is also played with a rather odd sound, and Bono slightly changes some of the lyrics and the tempo near the end.
Love Is Blindness is played extremely well. Definitely a Top Five performance more me, better than the one at Stockholm.
Good sound, not great. Usually loud and clear but flickers and fades here and there. Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
Good audience, chatter gets in the way of the show a few times.
As I said, it's a bog-standard ZooTV concert. It's good, but nothing special, really. You could probably pass it over, unless you're a ZooTV superfan or completist, or, like me, like to collect U2 shows that are odd for some reason or another. This show has plenty of oddities: the only (to my knowledge...) show U2 have played in my current home state of Alabama, as well as some rather odd-sounding and therefore interesting performances of several songs.
-One, with My Girl instead of Unchained Melody
-Stand By Me (good performance but not great, but nice to see it in the set)
-Whiskey in the Jar (same reason)
-New Year's Day (odd, rather heavy sound makes it quite neat)
-With or Without You
-Love Is Blindness (extremely well done)
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- The Edge
did you know
U2 were supposed to play three songs at Live Aid - Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bad, and Pride, U2's big hit at the time. Ultimately, U2 just played Sunday Bloody Sunday and a very long version of Bad.