Comments: All of U2 attended a dinner arranged by the Irish Hospice Foundation to honour long-time friend and Virgin Prunes founder Gavin Friday. During the dinner, Bono sung a Sinatra cover, and Edge participated in a cover of the Virgin Prunes' classic Art Fuck with three members of the Prunes: Gavin himself and Guggi both on vocals and Edge's brother Dik on guitar. Edge played bass. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Then Bono arrived, and he meant to play the guitar, but he couldn't play very well, so he started to sing. He couldn't do that either. But he was such a charismatic character that he was in the band anyway, as soon as he arrived. I was in charge for the first five minutes, but as soon as Bono got there, I was out of a job."
- Larry Mullen jr, 1987
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Pop is the longest album in U2's discography (and nine seconds longer than one hour exact). With all live tracks included, Rattle And Hum is only longer.