Manufacturer: Dreamland
Catalog: Unknown
Matrix: Disc 1: Eugene 1
        Disc 2: Eugene 2
Barcode: None
Complete Show: Yes
Format: 2-CD
Released: 1997
Disc 1: (67:26)
Disc 2: (50:38)

Disc 1:
     1. Pop Muzik Intro
     2. Mofo
     3. I Will Follow
     4. Even Better Than The Real Thing
     5. Do You Feel Loved
     6. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
     7. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
     8. Gone
     9. Last Night On Earth
    10. Until The End Of The World
    11. If God Will Send His Angels
    12. Staring At The Sun
    13. Daydream Believer
    14. Miami
    15. Bullet The Blue Sky (Includes I Want To Live In America / Amazing

Disc 2:
     1. Please (Includes Sunday Bloody Sunday)
     2. Where The Streets Have No Name
     3. Lemon (Perfecto Mix) Intro
     4. Discotheque
     5. With Or Without You
     6. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
     7. Mysterious Ways
     8. One
     9. Stand By Me
    10. If You Wear That Velvet Dress

     Disc1, Disc 2 (1-9): May 6, 1997.  Eugene, OR.  Autzen Stadium.
     Disc 2 (10): May 3, 1997.  Salt Lake City, UT.  Rice Stadium.
     Disc 2 (11): May 9, 1997. Tempe, AZ.  Sun Devil Stadium. 

Sound Quality: 
     Very good audience.

    The track listing is  incorrect.  "If You Wear That Velvet Dress" is
    listed twice; once as a track from the Eugene show and later as a track
    from the Utah show.  The version from the Eugene show is not on either
    disc and, as far as I know, the song was not actually performed at the
    concert.  "Sunday Bloody Sunday" is actually indexed as Track 2 on Disc 2,
    but is not listed on the sleeve.  This version is *not* the original song;
    it's a single, improvised verse with completely different lyrics, but the
    same music.  It works beautifully as the ending to "Please" and the intro
    "Where The Streets Have No Name."  Other highlights of the discs are a
    very good version of "If God Will Send His Angels" and a rare performance
    of "Do You Feel Loved."  Disc 1, Track 13 features Edge singing a karaoke
    version of the song the Monkees made famous.  Overall, a good show. 
    Bono says a lot of things about it being the first show in Eugene, OR.
    It seems to be the complete show but I could be wrong. The CD is edited
    very nicely.  The packaging is very nice- the PopMart Logo on the front, 
    with the sleeve done in PopMart colors.  The back inside panel (where the
    CDs rest) has a good print out of the shopping cartoon played on the
    PopMart screen.  The inside sleeve has one nice picture of Bono and one
    of The Edge.  I was a little disappointed when I didn't hear Edge give his
    backing vocals to "Gone," (I had come to like and expect them in the live
    version of that song) but who can resist Edge singing "Daydream Believer?"
    I am not sure what Bono is singing in the beginning of "Stand By Me" on the
    bonus tracks.  Lee Ellen ( contributed to this review.
    This is the original pressing on this label.