Comments: First performance of Zooropa since 12 August 1993 and just the fourth ever. This is the first time Zooropa has ever been played in full, as all three previous versions were incomplete and began at the "and I have no compass" verse. Also the tour debut of Out Of Control, last performed on 4 December 2006. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I'll tell you, you learn a lot about women from dressing up in women's clothes! You learn that when a woman asks you 'Do I look alright?' what she's really saying is 'I have just spent a lot of time making myself uncomfortable. If I go out in this condition will I look foolish, or is it worth it?'"
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Brian Eno, who has worked with U2 a lot, does also work for Microsoft. He composed the welcome sound during the introduction for Windows XP as well as the original startup sound for Windows 95.