Comments: U2 win the Harp Lager Talent Contest at the Savoy Cinema. The prize includes a chance to audition for CBS Records. This is one of the earliest appearances of the band as U2 (or "U2 Malahide") rather than Feedback or The Hype. Setlist is believed to be complete but the order is unconfirmed. "The TV Song" is an early U2 original named because the band felt it resembled the sound of the band Television; some reports claim U2 played an early version of An Cat Dubh at this show, which may or may not be what "The TV Song" refers to. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Rick Rubin has a larger looming presence on this album than his 'thank you' deserves. He asked 'Why can't more people cover U2 songs?' And it's because, with all the great sounds and arrangements, you can forget that there isn't a song there."
- Bono on Rubin's influence on Songs of Innocence
did you know
In late 2004, "Mercy", an unreleased track taken from the How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb sessions, surfaced on the Internet through a fan who had been given a copy of the album containing the extra track. The track is of less than standard audio quality, but managed to become a favorite on fan websites.