Originally posted by Bloodraven:I'll start with one of my favourite shows (maybe because it was probably the first one I had)
Live at Point Depot.
December 31, 1989.
After the success of their 1983 production How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, and the acclaimed 1984 album All That You Can't Leave Behind, U2 became the biggest band of the decade when they released Pop in 1987.
Some of the most well known U2 classics are featured in here, such as Gone, Discotheque and If God Will Send His Angels, to name a few, and the album was such a success that the band decided to film a movie for their next production, Zooropa in 1988, following the band during the PopMart Tour. This faced some harsh critics, but the album was still a relative success riding at the coattails of Pop's success.
The Zooropa Tour took them back to Dublin, where they played one of their most memorable concerts on 1989's last moments, the New Year's Day concert, broadcasted live to all of Europe.
It's the New Year's Day Party, and the live band is U2!!
1. [WTSHNN] Auld Lang Syne (snippet) / Gone
Everybody's expecting it, yet listening the first riff of Gone is as exciting as always.
2. [IWF] Cedarwood Road
You never get tired of a classic. U2's first hit is still a success everytime is performed live, after all this is their most played song of all time.
3. [ISHFWILF] Discotheque
Pop is still fresh, and Discotheque is one of the most succesful singles of U2 ever.
4. [MLK] Peace On Earth
Not the most exciting song, but Leave Behind was not that long ago.
5. [OTH] The Playboy Mansion
Another cut from the band's best album so far.
6. [Gloria] No Line On The Horizon
An oldie but goodie
7. [God] Dirty Day
First song in the set from the new album.
8. [Desire] Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car
Another track from the new album.
9. [AATW] Satellite of Love
This Lou Reed cover was often used in this tour.
10. [AIWIY/BAD] Stay (Snippet) / Walk On
U2 didn't played the full version of one of the best songs of the new album, but who can complain when it leads to one of the all time fan favourites like Walk On. Since that day on Live Aid, Walk On has become a staple of U2 shows.
11. [VDL] Lemon
This is the album they're promoting, so it's great to listen to another cut from it... besides, it leads into
12. [BTBS/11OTT] Mofo / Red Flag Day (Snippet)
Mofo always turns on the crowd. This is yet another all time classic track from Pop. This time a very small snippet of legendary track Red Flag Day also makes an appearance.
13. [RTSS] If You Wear That Velvet Dress / Dirty Old Town
As usual, Mofo is followed by another classic track from Pop: Velvet Dress.
14. [NYD] The Times They are A'changin' / City Of Blinding Lights
The crowd looses it when all of a sudden one of the all time classics, City Of Blinding Lights, starts.
15. [Pride] Beautiful Day
One of their biggest hits since a couple of tours ago, this is a well known track to close the concerts with the crowd singing "It's A Beautiful Day" at the top of their lungs.
16. [TTATPG] Fast Cars
The guitar chords of a well known b-side track from some years ago starts the encore.
17. [AOH] Some Days Are Better Than Others
The band decided that the encore is a great way to showcase some of the new album's songs.
18. [WLCTT] Numb
The new album fest continues.
19. [LRM] The First Time
The concert is coming to an end slowing everything down with one final track from the newest U2 production.
20.  Yahweh
There was no other way to close the concert. When the classic closer since some tours ago starts, the people knows that we've come to an end, although this time is also a time to go and "dream it all up again".
Originally posted by revjisok:[..]
extra points given for numb and fast cars.
think it would be great to hear numb after invisible on this tour
16. [EBW] Electric Co.: The crowd is disappointed. They play this on piano, instead of the rocking album version. When Bono says "the Electric Coooooooo", it segues into...