Artist: U2

Date: 1992-03-03

Location: Charlotte, NC - Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Medium: SHN

Equipment / Source: unknown


We're Back! It's Vegas!

Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Charlotte (North Carolina), USA.
03 - March - 1992.
Attendance: 22.786 (sellout) - Support: The Pixies

Disc 1 (46:25)

01. Intro
02. Zoo Station
03. The Fly
04. Even Better than the Real Thing
05. Mysterious Ways
06. One
07. Until the End of the World
08. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
09. Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World
10. Angel of Harlem

Disc 2 (55:02)

01. Satellite of Love
02. Bad
03. All I Want is You
04. Bullet the Blue Sky
05. Running to Stand Still
06. Where the Streets Have No Name
07. Pride (In the Name of Love)
08. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
09. Desire
10. Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
11. With or Without You
12. Love is Blindness


This is a remastered version of the "standard" ZooTV Charlotte. The work was made by Yauckt, who traded it with Justin Cook. The comments I had from him are as follows:

Original Comments (by Justin Cook):

The sound on this recording is quite distant. The roar of the audience, while distant as well, is certainly audible. On the first disc, "Satellite of Love" cuts out abruptly during the first verse before the chorus. The entire song, except for the first few notes, is included on the second disc. This bootleg certainly shouldn't be on your short list, but by no means is it the worst U2 bootleg I have ever heard.

Remastering comments (by Yauckt):

I received 'ZooTV Charlotte' from Justin Cook, as expected, it sucked... so i spent some time on it... First of all, I gave clarity and more definition to the whole music, improved bass, cleaned guitars and vocals from this muddy ensemble. Drums are still lost in the crowd noise. I added fades where it was needed, removed the little blanks that were here and there and also the little part of 'Satellite of Love' lost on cd1. Sound quality differs slightly during the concert. Some loss of sounds occurs during too heavy screamers invasions... Anyway, U2 gave a wonderful gig! If you're looking for good sound, do not get this, but if you're like me, more interested in the
performance than the sound, this concert really worth it!

Ernesto aka Lovetown comments:

Well, Zoo Station begins very muffled, but it "improves" fast. The music still sounds quite distant, but not as muffled as the standard version. It still sounds somewhat flat, but instruments come through now with better clarity, cleaner than before. The audience "roar" is still invasive, but we can live with it.

A massive skip occurs at 0:13 of Who's Gonna Ride, cutting out some seconds of the song. Still Haven't Found cuts out after 03:56, missing the last part of the song.

No cover available for this show.