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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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"The traffic is very fast here in London - the lights go green, and wham! they move off. In Dublin they'll cough, scratch and then away they go. It's like Dublin's in a constant state of amber."
- Bono, November 1979
did you know
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