Comments: U2 performed on Jo Whiley's show on BBC Radio 2. Live debuts of Cedarwood Road and Song For Someone. A string quintet joined the band for songs two, three, and four. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"For a long time I believed the rock and roll mythology of acquiring experience without responsibility. I chose to deal with being in the band in a very single minded way and I developed a lifestyle that I thought added up to what I was. I don't want to go back there again, I'm comfortable with this."
- Adam Clayton, looking back on the eighties/start nineties
did you know
The song 4th of July is named after the date of birth of Edge's first daughter. It was recorded by accident, Adam was playing some bass lines and Edge just jumped in, both unaware that Brian Eno was recording.