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1. Another Time, Another Place
2. The Electric Co.
3. Things To Make & Do
4. Stories For Boys
6. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
It is few songs of 10 February 1981 show, broadcasted few days later within Rock Follies program. Taking into account the nature of the source, one can only consider it regrettable that the entirety of the show is not available.
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"So where does all music come from -- be it hip-hop or rock 'n' roll? I don't know. But I do know that all music is praise. It's praise to the god of your making. Which, in the case of a rock star, might be oneself. Or a woman. Or an idea."
- Bono, 2004
did you know
"Crumbs from Your Table" is about the relationship between Western countries and developing countries. The verses and chorus address the relationship from the perspective of citizens from the developing world, focusing on the disparity between the long-term socioeconomic planning stressed by the Westand the developing world's immediate need for sustenance.