"Sleeping in My Own bed Tonight"
The Royal Dublin Showgrounds; Dublin 27th August 1993

Sound Quality : Audience [Alt From DAT Source]

Length : 129.44


01. Zoo Station (cuts in at beginning of song)
02. The Fly
03. Even Better than the Real Thing
04. Mysterious Ways
05. One
06. Unchained Melody
07. Until the End of the World
08. New Year's Day
09. Numb
10. Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World
11. Angel of Harlem
12. Dirty old Town (Larry on vocals)
13. I Will Follow
14. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
15. Satellite of Love


01. Bad/Unknown Song
02. I Feel Loved
03. Bullet the Blue Sky
04. Running to Stand Still
05. Where the Streets Have No Name
06. Pride (In the Name of Love)
07. Intermission (ZooTV Confessionals / Encore Intro)
08. Desire
09. MacPhisto Speech and Phone Call
10. Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
11. With or Without You
12. Love is Blindness
13. Can't Help Falling in Love
14. Can't Help Falling in Love (Elvis over PA)


I got this from Steve Vahey, I don't know where he got it from, but he has it listed as from a DAT clone source. He has no review, so here is mine.

Notice the date, this is of course the night before the 8/28/93 show that was broadcasted, becoming one of the best sound quality bootlegs ever.

The night before was perhaps just as good. The setlist, in my opinion, is a little better too. U2 played a not so common "I Will Follow" with I think the acoustic guitar. It sounds fantastic. Larry also ended Angel of Harlem with "Dirty old Town," which was not done a capela like other performances. The setlist is otherwise similar to the next night. Mr. MacPhisto's phone call tonight is to the Hewson residence; he gets the answering machine and a message from his daughter saying that he won't be allowed home until he takes his horns off. It's pretty funny. Before the confessionals, the crowd breaks out into chanting "40," "We All Live in a Yellow Submarine," and another song I don't know. That's pretty cool. The confessionals are tasteless as usual :). It's overall a pretty standard, but very good, Europe Zooropa show.

The sound quality is excellent. The crowd is heard individually only between songs for the most part, and what you end up with is a great recording that sounds almost like soundboard except for the distant feeling it has because it's recorded in the audience.