Comments: Happy Birthday is sung over the intro of Miracle Drug for Edge's daughter Hollie. The printed setlist included Bad after ISHFWILF but it was not played; nonetheless, U2.com accidentally ran a concert review after the show claiming in the headline that Bad was played. This article was subsequently amended. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
Is not a special show . The sound is really bad, during Bullet the blue sky we can hear how the audience is clapping ( that s good) Highlights: Out of control, Beatiful day, Electri co and Sometimes you can
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"The album doesn't seem to have any physical place that it's centred in. Instead, to me the songs feel like overheard conversations. It's like a movie that opens in he middle of a scene. You're brought immediately into the action." - Bono on Pop
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Bono made his first live solo appearance on April 30, 1989, at a fundraising event in the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, singing his own musical adaptations of two poems by William Butler Yeats.