Comments: After the MTV Europe Music Awards at the Point Depot, where Bono received the Free Your Mind award for his Jubilee 2000 and NetAid work, Bono attended the afterparty and participated in an impromptu jam session. In one of the more unusual collaborations in U2 history, he performed two songs with Iggy Pop and Marilyn Manson. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"You have no choice of subject matter. You write what's in your heart and on your mind--unless of course it's crap, in which case it means you've thought about it too much."
- Bono in an on-line chat in June of 1999
did you know
Wide Awake In America, despite its title, both live cuts (A Sort Of Homecoming and Bad) were recorded in the UK.