Comments: U2 perform on the first episode of Saturday Night Live's 35th season. Four songs are performed but only the first three are broadcast. None of the three songs broadcast are singles; Moment Of Surrender and Ultra Violet had never even been played outside of the full concert setting before. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I love being there, I love America, I love the feeling of the wide open spaces, I love the deserts, I love the mountain ranges, I even love the cities. So having fallen in love with America over the years that we've been there on tour, I then had to 'deal with' America and the way it was affecting me, because America's having such an effect on the world at the moment. On this record I had to deal with it on a political level for the first time, if in a subtle way."
- Bono, on the Joshua Tree's thematic inspirations
did you know
Dutch artist Herman Brood was asked by Bono to paint the cover of the Best of 1990-2000 compilation but died (committed suicide) before he could finish it.