Comments: U2 appear at an afternoon benefit show for the Contraception Action Campaign, which was protesting laws in Ireland that prohibited the sale of condoms and other contraceptives. The band's performance is broken up mid-set to allow for speeches by women from the campaign.
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"A few days after the album [Songs of Innocence] was finished, I thought Iris shouldn't be part of the album. Even though the song is a beautiful tune and everything, I just thought it was going a bit far and it's not very punk rock, singing about your mother."
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During the ZooTV Tour, U2 wanted to play a show in Sarajevo. Due to logistical problems they couldn't play there during that tour so instead they created a video uplink to Sarajevo during most ZooTV shows. On the Popmart Tour, they played their first (and so far only) show in Sarajevo, finally fulfilling that vision.