Disc One (50:03)

  1. Where The Streets Have No Name
  2. I Will Follow
  3. Trip Through Your Wires
  4. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
  5. Gloria
  6. MLK
  7. The Unforgettable Fire
  8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
  9. Exit
  10. In God's Country
  11. Helter Skelter
  12. Help!

Disc Two (50:05)

  1. Bad
  2. October
  3. New Year's Day
  4. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
  5. Star Spangled Banner / Bullet The Blue Sky
  6. Running To Stand Still
  7. Silver And Gold
  8. Spanish Eyes
  9. With Or Without You
  10. "40"

Label : no label

Venue : McNichols Arena, Denver, Colorado, USA

Date : November 7, 1987

Quality : Soundboard Recording (A+)

Review : November 7, 1987 is arguably the best SBD Joshua show. There are several different productions of this recording (Enjoy, Mountains in a Blue Sky, Mountains and Deserts Remastered, Caught On 35mm, etc). Well, this version (Platinum Ed) is the cream of the crop in my opinion. This version was remastered directly from a copy of Mountains and Deserts. Most improvements include: removal of oodles of clicks and pops, smooth transition between tracks where possible, patching in a couple of missing seconds in October, making Star Spangled Banner its own track, better equalization of "40". There's a peak of treble at ~15,800Hz. This is normally not a problem whatsoever unless you crank your treble up (which you shouldn't do!). I ended up not removing this band of treble. Most people have different opinions on which version of 11/7/87 is the "best"; "Mountains and Deserts Remastered" is very good; well this is my interpretation of the best; if you don't find it to your liking, you can always just delete it now can't you? Truly, a grade A+ full-show SBD recording from the Joshua Tree tour - can't go wrong with this.