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Another one in a series of amazing performances in the 2nd leg.
Good, easy to enjoy with earphones although with some minor distortions. Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
They are very loud and add something special to the experience. They whistle a lot too, and if you're using earphones, it can be annoying.
Excellent show, with a very loud German audience. A must have.
Mysterious Ways, WGRYWH, Dancing Queen, Bad, BTBS (loved how a fan finishes Bono's final line "of America!"), ISHFWILF, and of course, Love Is Blindness. You gotta love the 2nd leg versions, Edge extends his solo and Bono often uses a snippets of Yeats' poems, like here.
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"'Last Night On Earth' had more of the band aesthetic. It was a good tune but is it up there with 'New Year's Day' or 'Sunday Bloody Sunday'? Obviously not, or we would still be playing it live."
- The Edge
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