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U2: Zoo TV Live from Sydney (1994)

| Documentary, Music
U2 perform live in Sydney, Australia in 1993 on the fifth leg of their iconic Zoo TV Tour.

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David Mallet

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Andy Schatzberg
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Bono ... Himself - Singer
The Edge ... Himself - Guitar
Adam Clayton ... Himself - Bass Guitar
Larry Mullen Jr. ... Himself - Drums
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U2 perform live in Sydney, Australia in 1993 on the fifth leg of their iconic Zoo TV Tour.

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Trivia

"This is a song Wim Wenders stole from the Beatles, we're stealing it back"- Bono parodies his own statement from the beginning of 'Rattle & Hum'. See more »

Goofs

When Bono changes channels, the big screen switches between Seven Nightly News and Hey Dad..!. In real life, both shows aired on the same channel (Seven Network) during different timeslots. See more »

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Features Hey Dad..! (1987) See more »

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Dirty Day
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Written by U2
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This live concert made me a U2 fan
4 August 2005 | by novella221See all my reviews

I have been a fan of U2 for about 10 years now. I remember watching this concert on video when I was only 9 and being totally blown away by it, which is probably why I still love them now. U2 are an amazing band and this live performance will justify that. Even watching it through a TV screen and not being fortunate to be at this concert (1. I was only 9, 2. It is live in Sydney )is breathtaking. Bono's voice is a sound of perfection. He sounds better than on CD which is a rare thing with singers. My favourite performances are 'Satellite of Love' (with Lou Reed!), 'Bullet the Blue Sky' which merges beautifully (from one extreme to the other) into 'Running to Stand Still' which is quite a dramatic performance. This song is just great and I much prefer to watch the live performance than listen to it on CD. This concert is the best I have ever seen and if you're not a fan of U2, then watching this concert will surely change your mind-it made me a fan! Bono is a great showman and really enjoys what he does, just check out that 'close to tears' look he has when he's staring out at hundreds of thousands of fans, when singing 'Where the Streets Have no Name'. The concert couldn't finish better than with a rendition of Elvis Presley's, 'I Can't Help Falling In Love With You'. Some may criticise them for finishing with a cover but it's beautifully done and always leaves me with a tear in my eye. Bono slowly walks off stage leaving you shocked, teary eyed and so pleased because you have just seen the best live performance ever.


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