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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Not bad for being 19, 18, and 17 and pretty new to this whole rock band deal. Still finding their groove, though. They seem to be excited and lively, shame the sound isn't very good.
Bono is funny at the intro to Another Day and Boy-Girl.
Not awful, but not very good. The music is pretty clear, but the vocals are quite muffled. Mostly, you can tell when Bono is singing or speaking but it's often hard to tell what exactly the words are. There are places where it's better than others though. Recording: "Garden Of Remembrance" - 4 stars
They weren't that into it. Cartoon World and the beginning of Boy-Girl were pretty much the only places where they were very enthusiastic.
Nothing spectacular, fun but inexperienced performance and mediocre sound. The main selling point for this boot is the number of early songs that were not released until the 2008 deluxe edition of Boy or remain unreleased. Out of a 16 song set, half of the songs fall into that category.
-Silver Lining (early version of 11 O'Clock Tick Tock) has really good music but the lyrics are hard to hear
-Stories for Boys
-Shadows and Tall Trees
-Twilight (very good musically, especially the intro)
-Out of Control
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"I would go to the studio by day and club by night. I did a lot of ecstasy. A lot. The chorus for Please was written after Bono kept pleading with me to get off the carpet. I spent like an hour one night just dragging myself around the floor on my knees. In my defense, that carpet felt wonderful. Really great shag. We should get that rug back."
- The Edge on Pop
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Many musicians have been influenced by the work of U2. There are several cover versions of U2 songs by bands such as Pet Shop Boys, Pearl Jam and The Chimes, and musicians such as Cassandra Wilson, Joe Cocker and Johnny Cash.