Comments: U2 appear on the Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, making up for the cancellation of their weeklong residency planned for 17-21 November 2014 after Bono's bicycle accident. The performance took place on Monday, 4 May, to broadcast on Friday, 8 May. Beautiful Day and Song For Someone were broadcast on the show (as well as a clip from U2 busking in the New York subway later in the evening), while Angel Of Harlem - which was performed with The Roots - was uploaded as an Internet extra. California was performed after taping finished for the studio audience. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"We spent 10 minutes writing this next song, 10 minutes recording it, 10 minutes mixing it, 10 minutes playing it back and that has nothing to do with why it's called '40'."
- Bono, 1987, introducing the song '40'
did you know
The band considered releasing The Joshua Tree as a double-album that would have included B-sides. Bono was the most vocal proponent of the idea, whereas The Edge argued for the 11-track version that was ultimately released.