Comments: Bono and The Edge performed at a private memorial for Lou Reed in Julian Schnabel's apartment. Other artists also performed: Glenn Mercer did I Can't Stand It Anymore, Dean Wareham and Britta Philips did Ride Into The Sun; Antony Hegarty did Caroline Says. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Numb is the sound of the inside of somebody's head, with a great lyric and performance by Edge. It is a relentless portrait of what he was feeling at the time and what a lot of people were feeling in the wider world about media. He was in that spot but it became a great metaphor for the media overload generation incapable of feeling anything for the pictures you see."
did you know
The cover art for No Line on the Horizon is a photograph of Lake Constance, taken by Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto; titled Boden Sea, it is one of 200 pictures in his Seascapes collection. The image was the inspiration for Bono's lyrics on the track "No Line on the Horizon".