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A standard Outside Broadcast show. Which, of course means it's very good. Bono had slight trouble with his voice at certain parts, but it's hardly noticeable. The rest of the band is solid. Nothing too out-of-the-ordinary here.
I personally prefer audience recordings to most soundboards - feels more authentic that way. And this is about as good an audience recording as you can find. Great balance, great bass. You can always hear Adam.
Standard American audience.
Until the End of the World - extended outro
Angel of Harlem - lots of Bongolese
Bullet the Blue Sky - Bono gets really into it
Pride - also extended a bit
With or Without You - Edge adds a bit to the beginning of the standard Zoo TV solo, making it one of my favorite versions
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Origins: Analogue Cable Television Broadcast
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 320, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"It's not easy for me to stand up in front of 50.000 people. It's not my natural habitat. I think it's probably easy for Bono. But I can do it. And I will do it if I know the songs are great."
- Adam Clayton, 2009
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