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ZooTV Sheffield REMASTERED
Sheffield, Arena, England
17 June 1992
02. Zoo Station
03. The Fly
04. Even Better Than the Real Thing
05. Mysterious Ways
07. Uncahined Melody
08. Until the End of the World
09. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
10. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around the World
11. Angel of Harlem
12. Dancing Queen
13. Satellite of Love
15. All I Want Is You
16. Bullet the Blue Sky
17. Running To Stand Still
01. Where the Streets Have No Name
02. Pride (In the Name of Love)
03. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
04. Stand By Me
06. Phone Call / Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
07. With Or Without You
08. Love Is Blindness
This is the remastered version of Zoo TV Sheffield. This seems the only source that ever appeared on cd.
As it was pretty crap, it took some time to work on the show.
Here's original notes taken from Justin Cook (got this one from him) : Since this is one of the worst bootlegs from the ZooTV Tour, I really only recommend this recodring for completionists or ZooTV addicts. The recording is very distant and muddy. There is a slight hiss and some minor crackling in the background throughout. And there are small pops between most of the tracks.
Heavy declicker was used to remove LOTS of scratches, pops, clicks here and there. A dehisser was also welcome. It sounds like this recording was taped in the highest and farest point of the arena, resulting by a distant and echoed sound. Audience noise is a fact but you can live with it. I adjusted instrument balance, added some bass as they were absent from the original version. The result is a listenable recording, sound is still echoed but much more powerfull and understandable than the original bootleg. The great thing is related to all these cracks that were killing the concert. With almost 90% of these shits removed, it doesn't distract anymore the pleasure of listening a great U2 zoo tv show.
As written on U2Depot (wich owns the same bootleg) : There is some poor editing before Until The End Of The World, which was on the original tape. There is a second of silence toward the end of Streets and an edit before Desire.
I suppose i corrected this with fades, i can't remember, it's been a while since i've worked on this show and as usual, i lost my original text file... Didn't got the time to listen the show again.
Lineage is unknown. Hi-gen tapes transfered to cdr.