R&H and the two original song B-sides "A Room At the Heartbreak Hotel" and "Hallelujah Here She Comes" included, is one of my 2 favourite U2 albums. Cross-fading the applause from the live recordings into the studio recordings is a rather unpleasant feature of it, though. So is including cues from the PA, played by other artists.
"Angel Of Harlem" is one of the band's best songs ever. "When Love Comes To Town" is strong, too, and "All I Want Is You" is amongst the best songs of the band as well. "Desire" rocks out to a cool harmonica and the gospel choir on "Hawkmoon" and "A Room At the Heartbreak Hotel" is a welcome addition. "God Pt2" rocks hard whereas "Hallelujah Here She Comes" is deep soul. I could do without most of the live recordings on the album, with the notable exception of "Silver And Gold" which is a really strong performance. "Love Rescue Me" is an uplifting highlight as well.
So there are almost no clunkers here, hence the appreciation.