Disc One (45:11)

  1. Where The Streets Have No Name
  2. I Will Follow
  3. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Exodus
  4. M.L.K.
  5. The Unforgettable Fire
  6. God Part II
  7. Desire / 1969
  8. All Along The Watchtower
  9. All I Want Is You / Bad

Disc Two (49:42)

  1. Van Dieman's Land
  2. Bullet The Blue Sky / Whole Lotta love
  3. Running To Stand Still
  4. Dirty Old Town
  5. People Get Ready (with Maria McKee)
  6. Angel Of Harlem (with B.B. King)
  7. When Love Comes To Town (with B.B. King)
  8. Love Rescue Me (with B.B. King)
  9. Two Hearts Beat As One / Billie Jean
  10. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
  11. "40"

Label : Chameleon Records

Venue : The Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland

Recording Date : December 27, 1989

Quality : Soundboard recording (A+)

Review (U2 Gigs) : This is the only performance of Two Hearts Beat As One between 29 April 1985 and 27 July 2015. With Or Without You was on the original setlist before 40 but it was not played.

Concert review (@U2) : It's been over 15 years since I saw this gig, but I have very fond memories of it. It was my first time to see U2. I had been gutted at not being able to see U2 in my hometown of Cork in 1987 as we were on a family holiday in Spain. I also was not one of the lucky ones who saw them play for free in the Lee fields in Cork in 1985. So when I finally did get to see them in the point depot, I was not disappointed. They opened the set with Streets. I was on the right hand side of the stage on the upper level. The Edge fell over during Streets having run across the stage from his side to ours (left hand side of stage to right). But he carried on playing!! Bono's voice was amazing and the atmosphere was electric. All songs were great but the biggst surprise came when they started playing Two Hearts Beat As One. A song they hadn't played much since the War tour I think. And I don't think they've played it much since. BB King was the support act and was excellent aslo. Maria McKee joined U2 for People Get Ready which was nice. It was the first time I saw them, but would not be the last.