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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 1.5 stars
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Very good start for the final leg of the Zoo Tv tour. Debuts of Daddy s gonna pay for your crashed car, Dirty Day and Lemon. On lemon , Bono forgot same part of the lyrics , but it s allright. It s a shame that sounds bad
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"Steve had a great way of pulling the best out of everybody. Nothing was a hassle, the sessions were very positive. I think it was particularly great for Adam and Larry to work with somebody who was able to understand that we were not incredible musicians. We did what we did."
- The Edge on recording U2's first album with Steve Lillywhite
did you know
U2 holds the the world's record of having the biggest lemon - from the Popmart Tour, measuring 40' (12 metres).