DISCONNECT Disc 1: 1. Mission Impossible / Pop Muzik Intro [5.09] 2. Mofo [4.32] 3. I Will Follow [2.46] 4. Gone [4.42] 5. Even Better Than The Real Thing [4.05] 6. Last Night On Earth [6.26] 7. Until The End Of The World [4.53] 8. New Year's Day [4.55] 9. Pride (In The Name Of Love) [4.59] 10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For [4.25] 11. Stand By Me [1.17] 12. All I Want Is You [3.33] 13. Staring At The Sun (acoustic) [5.43] 14. Sunday Bloody Sunday (acoustic) [3.38] 15. Bullet The Blue Sky [6.35] Disc 2: 1. Please [7.42] 2. Where The Streets Have No Name [7.42] 3. Lemon (Perfecto Mix) Intermission [5.02] 4. Discotheque [7.11] 5. If You Wear That Velvet Dress [3.40] 6. With Or Without You [5.47] 7. Miss Sarajevo [6.21] 8. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me [6.13] 9. Mysterious Ways [6.11] 10. One [5.48] 11. Unchained Melody [2.52] Source: September 23, 1997. Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegowina. Kosovo Stadium. Sound Quality: Good to very good radio broadcast. Comments: This bootleg is an very good broadcast recording with some low "hiss" during "Please." It is an excellent concert that begins with a solid version of "Mofo." It could have been one of U2's best concerts if Bono did not lose his voice half way through. His voice is strong until "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" but then it falls apart. If it were any other show the concert would have been cut short. Although Bono's voice is not great, it is still an excellent concert. The music is solid, while Bono tries to sing with a softer voice. The acoustic version of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" is sung by The Edge for the first time on the tour here. It is simply outstanding. During "Please," Bono compares the people of Bosnia to the those of Ireland "just a little." This will most likely be the last live performance of "Miss Sarajevo" (on which Brian Eno makes an appearance). "Mysterious Ways" begins with a chorus of Madonna's "Get Into The Groove." Overall, an awesome concert. Bono talks more than usual. Just remember, Bono's voice is rough, but still sounds better than most other vocalists. This is the original pressing on this label.