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U2 War Tour

War 4th leg: Japan

1983-11-30: Nakano Sun Plaza - Tokyo, Japan

« 1983-11-29 - Tokyo | 1983-12-01 - Tokyo »

  1. Gloria
  2. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
  3. A Day Without Me
  4. An Cat Dubh
  5. Into The Heart
  6. Surrender
  7. Two Hearts Beat As One
  8. Seconds
  9. Sunday Bloody Sunday
  10. The Cry
  11. The Electric Co. / Send In The Clowns (snippet)
  12. I Fall Down
  13. October
  14. New Year's Day
  15. Out Of Control

  16. encore(s):
  17. A Celebration
  18. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
  19. I Will Follow
  20. 40
Comments: For their final Japanese show, U2 shake up the set. Although Out Of Control opened the previous five shows, Gloria opens this one and I Threw A Brick and A Day Without Me are played for the only time in Japan. A Celebration, which had re-appeared the previous night, is played again tonight, with Bono claiming that with the exclusion of the previous night's performance, it hadn't been played in 1.5 years (it was actually played in March 1983). This turns out to be the last performance of A Celebration ever.

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Songs from 5 U2 albums have been played during this show. Snippets are not counted.

· Boy (6 songs)
· War (6 songs)
· October (4 songs)
· Non-album songs (2 songs)
· Unreleased Songs (1 song)

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