Comments: U2 are billed as "U.2" and are given a ninety minute slot; they are followed by the Tony Stevens Band, a showband allocated a two hour slot. On some promo material, however, U2 get more prominent billing. The date and location of this concert have often been misreported over the years, with the date reversed (i.e. 2 February) and the town's name mangled. We currently believe this was U2's earliest performance in Tullamore; please contact us if you have any evidence of an earlier Tullamore gig. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "Garden Of Remembrance" - 4 stars
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The thing I like about I'm being a U2 diehard is that I never dug in some stuff, live these early early songs that didn't make it to Boy, I listen to them a few times through the years but didn't really cared about them, so, to me, this is a little special, its like finding something new. They sounded good, a little bit off sometimes but good, sound is not amazing but good, for teenages trying to do music they did a pretty good job
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"It was quite hard for the band to shift from having played to loops of other people to playing to loops of themselves. We felt it was essential to do that, though, because you can get very lazy with samples. They're an easy way to get the ball rolling, but you're always in danger of sounding like some basic samples with the band on top. You're in danger of being dictated to by what's there, rather than saying: 'this is just our springboard'."
- Pop-producer Flood, on the use of samples on Pop
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During early rehearsals for the band, Adam couldn't play the bass. The rest of the band didn't even notice at first, blaming everything but Adam for the bad sound.