Manufacturer: Red Phantom
Disc 1: (68:25)
Disc 2: (70:30)

Disc 1:
     1. Zoo Station
     2. The Fly
     3. Even Better Than The Real Thing
     4. Mysterious Ways
     5. One
     6. Until The End Of The World
     7. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
     8. Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World
     9. Angel Of Harlem
    10. Satellite Of Love
    11. Bad
    12. All I Want Is You
    13. Bullet The Blue Sky
    14. Running To Stand Still

Disc 2:
     1. Where The Streets Have No Name
     2. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
     3. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
     4. Desire
     5. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
     6. With Or Without You
     7. Love Is Blindness
     8. All Along The Watchtower
     9. I Shall Be Released
    10. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
    11. Maggie's Farm
    12. Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat
    13. Blowin' In The Wind

     March 1, 1992.  Miami, FL.  Miami Arena.

Sound Quality:
     Good audience.

     This was the second show of the ZOO TV tour and it is noticeable.  
     In the intro of "Even Better Than The Real Thing" the rest of the band
     doesn't get the cues of The Edge.  During "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild
     Horses" the band again needs some cues, this time from Bono.  And during
     "Where The Streets Have No Name", Bono gets a bit mixed up with the
     words.  Apart from these minor faults this is a good, complete concert
     from the beginning of the ZOO TV Tour.  "Mysterious Ways" has a beautiful 
     intro with Bono improvising and it showed the premiere of Christina, the 
     belly dancer.  "One" is dedicated to the Russian cosmonaut in orbit.  
     "Satellite Of Love" is done in a longer version which contains the verses 
     of the second part of the song. "Bullet The Blue Sky" has some alternate 
     lyrics to comment about the overwhelming response for tickets.  Finally, 
     the first two verses of "Love Is Blindness" aren't sung, but spoken.  The
     six bonus tracks are a nice touch.  U2 sings Bob Dylan.