Comments: After winning the Harp Lager Talent Contest in March 1978 and receiving the chance to record a demo funded by CBS, U2 play a short studio set on an unknown date in April 1978. Some sources state the songs played were Concentration Cramp, Night Fright, Inside Out, and Hang Up, but as bootlegged demos exist (with no other apparent origin) of the set starting with Tonight, we presently believe the above set is correct and the one including Concentration Cramp is not. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I put the now-legendary notice up. I think the wording was something like 'Drummer seeks musicians to form band'. I just thought of it as a group of people coming together to have a bit of fun, it was never anything else."
- Larry Mullen jr.
did you know
Larry's tattoo from the Songs of Innocence album is based on Native American mythology, it's the Pawnee tribe and it's a symbol of protecting the innocence. He got it done when his son, Elvis, was in the womb.