Hershey Park Stadium
August 07, 1992
UDG (grabbed on U2Torrents) -> remaster -> APE
01. Sunday Bloody Sunday
02. New Year's Day
03. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
04. George Bush Rap
05. Zoo Station
06. The Fly
07. Even Better Than The Real Thing
08. Mysterious Ways
10. Unchained Melody
11. Until The End Of The World
12. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses (take 1)
13. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses (take 2)
14. Van Diemen's Land
01. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
02. Angel Of Harlem
03. Happy Birthday
04. When Love Comes To Town
05. All I Want Is You
06. Bullet The Blue Sky
07. Running To Stand Still
08. Where The Streets Have No Name
09. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
11. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
12. With Or Without You
13. Love Is Blindness
This is an enhanced version of the previous version torrented here by i don't remember who. It desesperatly lacked of body. It's still not a perfect sounding gig but it sounds now pretty solid (now bass and drums exists) and worth the download as it's a very interesting concert. Indexing is different than the previous version. I don't have the old version anymore so i can't provide a before/after sample. It probably contains the exact same minors as the previous version but it may be possible that i restored some of them.
Comments (u2tours.com): Dress rehearsal for 'Outside Broadcast' tour - $15 admission, proceeds donated to 5 charities.
Comments (Justin Burke @ u2tours.com): Knowing that U2 was in Hershey rehersing for the Outdoor Broadcast of the ZOO TV tour, was almost to painful for me to bear since I was a mere hour away in suburban Philadelphia. I was probably at the peak of a U2 obsession riding the wave of the previous arena shows and the long awaited release of Actung Baby. I wanted to see "the boys" so badly. When they announced on the radio that tickets were being sold for the dress rehershal, I was in a car hurling toward Hershey, PA in a matter of miuntes. Upon arrival, there were people mmilling about the stadium, but the scene was nowehere near as hectic as I had imagined. There was no line at at all at the ticket booth. My friend and I sauntered up and inquired about the price. "15 dollars," they said. I misheard them and dropped down $50, still thinking it was great deal (I paid $80 from a Scalper to see them at the Spectrum earlier that Spring). Boy was I surprised when thay handed me 35 bucks in change! I was more surpirsed when I saw where my seats were...6TH ROW!!!! I was floored. Did all these other people know that tickets were even on sale?
The concert did sell out eventually and after enduring a local Hershey band that warmed-up U2 took the stage and ran through some "oldies" to warm themselves up. It was such a treat to see them informal and relaxed. They performance itself was loose, but inspired, Bono and the Edge working the wings and catwalks. My favorite moment was the impropteu acoustic performance of Whose Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses. Bono took the stage with guitar in hand and the sequencers began to kick in. After a few bars, Bono instructs the soundcrew to "turn that crap off" and proceeded to run through the song without computerized accompanyment. Not really enjoying this song very much before, this performance revealed to me the core of the song and my appreciation of it rose dramatically. I noticed that Bono muct have like it as well as this is how he performed it at the show I saw at Vet's Stadium in Philadelphia later that summer. It was a good night and an event I will never forget. Thank's guys!
Comments (Patrick Sullivan @ u2tours.com): Imagine, U2 spending a week in your hometown. Hard to decide what you would do. Would you take a week off work and spend every minute of every day trying to meet the only band that you have ever cared about? Or would you give them their space to prepare for what was going to go down as the greatest tour in rock history? I won’t bore you