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U2 Setlist For Second Vancouver Night 2015: Different But Not Entirely


So here is day two, the day the Edge didn’t come close to it, of the U2 Innocence And Experience tour and it hits me as though day one was the innocent, which is why they rested so hard on Boy, and day two is experience, because, well, they do a lot more from their current album (double the amount, from 4 to 8) and that would seem to suggest the experience. The setlist hits me as better despite a surfeit from the current one. Both “Mysterious Ways” and “Better Than The Real Thing” remain, plus they finally roll out “One” (if missing one night since 2010 can be defined as finally).

Oh, and I guess they are taking an intermission now which at their age makes sense.

The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)
California (There Is No End to Love)
(Live debut)
I Will Follow
Iris (Hold Me Close)
(with ‘Mofo’ snippet)
Cedarwood Road
Song for Someone
Sunday Bloody Sunday
(acoustic; without final verse)
Raised by Wolves
Until the End of the World
Set 2:
Even Better Than the Real Thing
Mysterious Ways
Angel of Harlem
When Love Comes to Town
(First performance since August 28, 1993)
Every Breaking Wave
Bullet the Blue Sky
Pride (In the Name of Love)
(with ‘The Hands That Built America’ snippet intro)
Beautiful Day
(with ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely… more )
With or Without You
Miracle Drug
(First performance since November 28, 2005)
(with ‘Moment of Surrender’ snippet)
Where the Streets Have No Name
(with ‘Mother and Child Reunion’ snippet)

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