1. Every month we have a U2 show in the spotlights, the show of this month took place on 2009-07-27 - Dublin. You can download this show, read reviews or write your own review on the show page
    here. In this thread you can discuss this show!

    "Must have bootleg. Great atmosphere, recording and performance. Possibly the best of this tours Irish shows. Get it "



    2009-07-27 - Dublin, Ireland - Croke Park
    Breathe
    No Line On The Horizon
    Get On Your Boots
    Magnificent
    Beautiful Day
    New Year's Day
    I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Movin' On Up (snippet)
    Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
    Unknown Caller
    The Unforgettable Fire
    City Of Blinding Lights
    Vertigo
    I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight / Relax (snippet) / Two Tribes (snippet)
    Sunday Bloody Sunday / Rock The Casbah (snippet)
    Pride (In The Name Of Love)
    MLK
    Walk On / You'll Never Walk Alone (snippet)
    Where The Streets Have No Name / All You Need Is Love (snippet) / We Are Family (snippet)
    One
    40 (snippet) / Bad / Fool To Cry (snippet)

    encore(s):
    Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
    With Or Without You / Shine Like Stars (snippet)
    Moment of Surrender

    Comments:
    This month U2 will tour across stadiums in Europe for the first time since the 360 tour. 8 years later, U2 returns to Croke Park. Dublin residences are always special. We celebrate the third show at Croke Park during the 360 tour and one of the best sounding bootlegs of the tour thanks to taper Alysha. We had a tour debut of New Year's Day at the time when the band was still performing several NLOTH songs. Plus, a crowd from all over the world as Bono acknowledges it during the concert. This is a must have show from the last decade.

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    2009-07-27 - Dublin, Ireland - Croke Park
  2. Great concert and I was there
  3. I have added the Godfather Records bootleg Wide Awake In Dublin to the u2start bootleg database. Stellar sound
  4. Wonderful recording. Decent show. Fantastic Ultraviolet.
  5. Thought it was a very good show, but easily the weakest of the three gigs. The soundcheck had Drowning Man, Your Blue Room, and Electrical Storm, and in the end they opted for the tour debut of NYD dedicated to the large Polish population working in the city.

    Bono's voice was running on empty at this stage; probably a mixture of tiredness from the previous two gigs added to some heavy Dublin sessions. Normally enjoy/ laugh off their errors but 'Bad' is not a song they should get wrong. Felt like a bit of a tired performance, and lacked the dynamism of the previous two nights.

    Still, the crowd singing out Stay was a personal highlight.
  6. Originally posted by KaiserJose:Thought it was a very good show, but easily the weakest of the three gigs. The soundcheck had Drowning Man, Your Blue Room, and Electrical Storm, and in the end they opted for the tour debut of NYD dedicated to the large Polish population working in the city.

    Bono's voice was running on empty at this stage; probably a mixture of tiredness from the previous two gigs added to some heavy Dublin sessions. Normally enjoy/ laugh off their errors but 'Bad' is not a song they should get wrong. Felt like a bit of a tired performance, and lacked the dynamism of the previous two nights.

    Still, the crowd singing out Stay was a personal highlight.
    Stay was about the only hilight though I still think Ultraviolet was especially strong. I got the cheap seats for this show and my casual approach to the gig was matched by the band. Decent atmosphere for a Monday night too.
  7. Was this the show where you could hear Jofice's mum singing out of tune just besides the taper?

    EDIT. Nevermind, just remembered that was the 24th during The Auld Triangle.
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