Comments: This concert features the debuts of three unreleased pieces of music: a new live intro called Return Of The Stingray Guitar and two complete new songs, North Star and Glastonbury. U2 had not played unreleased material live since 6 August 2001. Two more songs make their tour debuts at this gig: Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me is performed for the first time since 21 March 1998; Miss Sarajevo is performed for the first time since 9 December 2006. Happy Birthday was sung before I Still Haven't Found in honour of The Edge, whose 49th birthday is on 8 August 2010.
When U2's 2010 European tour dates were announced on 24 September 2009, the Frankfurt concert on 10 August 2010 was given as the opening night of the leg. This concert was not confirmed until 30 November 2009, displacing Frankfurt's status. In the wake of the postponement of U2's 2010 North American dates, this became the band's first concert of 2010 and they rehearsed at length at the venue. A reference to our articles on what transpired at rehearsals can be found here. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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- Bono that says "Juventus (the team was at the show), get on your boots!"
- Mysterious Ways
- North Star
- Discothèque's snippet in Crazy Tonight
Bono was a little bit tired, and it's normal after all the troubles he had in the months before; the setlist was pretty much similiar to the Pasadena's one, except for the new songs, Miss Sarajevo and HM, TM, KM, KM.
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Disc One [71:24]
1.Space Oddity/Return of the Stingray Guitar
4.Get on your boots
6.Bono's Speech / band introduction / Happy Birthday
7.I still haven't found what I am looking for
11.In a little while
13.Until the end of the world
14.The unforgettable Fire
15.City of blinding lights
Disc Two [63:11]
1.Discotheque (snippet)/I'll go crazy if I don't go crazy tonight (Remix)
2.Sunday Bloody Sunday
4.Walk on/You'll never walk alone (snippet)
5.Desmond Tutu speech
7.Amazing Grace/Where the streets have no name
8.Space baby intro
9.Hold me thrill me kiss me kill me
10.With or without you
11.Moment of surrender
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"You didn't want anything to happen to him. You didn't really need him to take that risk for the band, but there was absolutely no talking to him."
- Adam on Bono climbing to the top of the stage during the early tours
did you know
Adam Clayton did send some fake mail to his fellow bandmates in the early days of U2 in 1977, Adam was U2's PR man in that time.