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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Other songs (8)
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"Dirty Day is a father and son song. 'It's a dirty day', was an expression my dad would use and there is a lot of him in there but it was also influenced by Charles Bukowski, the great American writer and drinker. The song is about a character who has walked out on his family and, years later, meets the son he's abandoned. It's not about my father but I used some of my dad's attitude in it."
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Most critics agree that the song 'Acrobat' has to do with Bono's views of being a rock star in the post-JT days.