Manufacturer: The Swingin' Pig Records
Catalog: TSP-CD-158-2
Matrix: Disc 1: CDC TSP-CD-158-1
        Disc 2: CDC TSP-CD-158-2
Barcode: Unknown
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From: "Smetek, Ronald T., Civ" (

Disc 1:
     1. George Bush Rap
     2. Zoo Station
     3. The Fly
     4. Flipping Channels
     5. Even Better Than The Real Thing
     6. Mysterious Ways
     7. Until The End of the World
     8. Wild Rover
     9. Satellite of Love
    10. Desire
    11. Where The Streets Have No Name

Disc 2:
     1. Bad
     2. Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World
     3. Bullet The Blue Sky
     4. Running To Stand Still
     5. One
     6. Can't Help Falling In Love
     7. When Love Comes To Town
     8. Sunday Bloody Sunday

     Various, although some portions are from the September 9, 1992 show in
     Pontiac, MI at the Pontiac Silverdome.  

Sound Quality:
     May be good audience.

     While the CD case clearly says "Recorded at the Houston Astrodome, 
     etc...," there are several clues which indicate to me that this show is 
     actually from the Silverdome, Detroit, September 9, 1992. First, during 
     "Zoo Station", Bono at one point sings "...Detroit City  tonight..." and
     later, during "The Fly", he yells "Achtung Motown."  Pretty obvious...
     A more subtle clue occurs before "Even Better Than the Real Thing".  
     The channel hopping sequence contains the famous MTV Music Awards 
     conversation with Garth (Dana Carvey), which definitely happened at the 
     Detroit show.  This is also definitely not a soundcheck show.  It's 
     hard to tell whether it's audience or soundboard.  The audience is
     there, but you don't hear  the kind of noise one normally associates
     with an audience show.  At the same time, the instrument mix would
     indicate that this is probably  not a soundboard tape.  Overall, the
     quality is quite good.  The only gripe I have is that the guitar level 
     is too low at times, most notably during "Zoo Station", "Desire", and
     "Sunday Bloody Sunday".  All in all, this is a very listenable CD.
     This is the original pressing on this label.