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19Jul/096

A night with U2 in Berlin

As much as I remain unimpressed with the current U2 album, this setlist from last night's show in Berlin looks awfully tasty!

An audience recording of the show is available via Dimeadozen (free registration required.)

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Berlin photo by Webtonic_ch

U2
Olympiastadion, Berlin (Germany) July 18, 2009

01. Intro
02. Breathe
03. No Line On The Horizon
04. Get On Your Boots
05. Magnificient
06. Beautiful Day
07. Mysterious ways
08. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
09. Angel Of Harlem (w/ guest-musicians from the audience)
10. Faraway So Close
11. Unknown Caller
12. The Unforgettable Fire
13. City Of Blinding Lights
14. Vertigo
15. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
16. Sunday Bloody Sunday >
17. Pride (In The Name Of Love) >
18. MLK >
19. Walk On
20. Desmond Tutu speech >
21. Where The Streets Have No Name
22. One

23. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
24. With Or Without You
25. happy birthday to Nelson Mandela
26. Moment Of Surrender

  • Jeanne

    Tasty indeed!

  • http://laylasclassicrock.blogspot.com Layla

    I can’t wait! Oct. 25, Rose Bowl, Pasadena!

  • http://addictedtovinyl.com Matt

    Layla,

    One way or another, I need to get my ass out to a show!

  • tristanclopet

    this stage setup is way too over the top. is it reeeeally necessary?

  • http://twitter.com/comay/ David Comay

    I've seen them on this tour in Dublin and Chicago and I think the stage, although not necessary, makes for an amazing, multimedia experience. It definitely helped bring the band closer to those out in the stands and the sound system was the best I've heard for a stadium show (having 4 separate speaker systems, one for every 90 degrees, helps.)

    As for me, I am a big fan of the new record. Although the middle third is akin to their last two records, the 1st and 3rd sections are excellent and I think Moment of Surrender is their best song since Until the End of the World.

  • http://twitter.com/comay/ David Comay

    I've seen them on this tour in Dublin and Chicago and I think the stage, although not necessary, makes for an amazing, multimedia experience. It definitely helped bring the band closer to those out in the stands and the sound system was the best I've heard for a stadium show (having 4 separate speaker systems, one for every 90 degrees, helps.)

    As for me, I am a big fan of the new record. Although the middle third is akin to their last two records, the 1st and 3rd sections are excellent and I think Moment of Surrender is their best song since Until the End of the World.