U2 - 1992-08-16 - Washington, DC
SBD Remaster ‘And Now a Word From Our Sponsors’
Robert F. Kennedy Stadium
A+ Mono Soundboard
Trade CDR>EAC>WAV>FLAC (Level 6)
01. George Bush Rap Intro
02. Zoo Station
03. The Fly
04. Even Better Than the Real Thing
05. Mysterious Ways
07. Unchained Melody
08. Until the End of the World
09. New Year's Day
10. Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World
11. Angel of Harlem
12. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
13. Satellite of Love
02. Sunday Bloody Sunday
03. Bullet the Blue Sky
04. Running to Stand Still
05. Where the Streets Have No Name
06. Pride (In the Name of Love)
07. Video Confessionals
09. Mirrorball Man Phone Call/Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
10. With or Without You
11. Love is Blindness
Comments (from Justin Cook's site):
This is an absolutely incredible remastered version of D.C. produced by Adam Grayer. Here are his comments:
"My friend and I spent countless hours with Steinberg Clean, Sound Forge and Cool Edit and have come up with the most amazing copy of the show - Barely any hiss - NO digital noise - just a clean show - It is like Night and Day with the original and our copy."
This bootleg really is phenomenal. Don't pass it up.
Well I haven't heard the original, so I can't really compare, but this is probably close to Achtung Adelaide in quality. The drums sound great, just amazing in "Streets." Sound quality is very steady, great mix. Not a broadcast by any means, but one of the better soundboards I've heard. Also, each track seems to have been recorded individually, so you can tell where they begin and end. There aren't clicks or gaps or anything like that, but it doesn't flow perfectly between tracks, just like Wembley Nights 3&4. There do seem to be a few edits in the show also, like the intermission intro, maybe a few other small things.
Of special note this was the only time "Bad" and "Sunday Bloody Sunday" were both played in one show. This being the early days of the OB Tour, it was probably just after this that they settled on doing one or the other.