Comments: In the first list of 360° Tour concerts published on U2.com on 9 March 2009, this show's date was given as the 19th of October. It was one of numerous shows to then be quietly removed from the tour itinerary. It was re-announced on 6 April, and was the only date changed out of all those removed. It was U2's first concert in Norman or anywhere in Oklahoma since the 10 June 1983 concert on the War Tour. The setlist contains only the second performance of In A Little While on the second leg of the 360° Tour, and the reappearance of Unknown Caller after an absence of almost a month. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I thought, what a brilliant song, and how we -- how, well certainly from my point of view, how I screwed it up, how it could have been so much better, potentially so much better."
- Larry Mullen jr. on hearing 'Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses' on the radio
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"The Fly" was chosen as the first single of Achtung Baby because its dance beats, distorted vocals, and hard industrial edge sounded nothing like typical U2.