Comments: U2 appear under the name Feedback. It is their first "proper" show after performing to essentially captive audiences at school. This performance includes two female backing singers, one of whom also plays the flute. The setlist above is incomplete and in no particular order; the complete performance lasted about 40 minutes and was a shambolic affair consisting solely of covers of songs then popular at local Saturday night discos. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"The song Iris deals with some kind of transference of the female energy because the way I would look at women, from the point I met Ali, was forever changed. It's a big moment, at puberty, you're just discovering girls and this women who brought you into the world leaves you, abandons you. And you think it's your fault, because that's something that kids do. But, of course it's not"
- Bono on Iris
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The Zoo TV tour cost U2 about $125 000 a day, whether a show was held that day or not.