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1. The Ocean
2. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
3. I Will Follow
4. I Fall Down
5. An Cat Dubh
6. Into The Heart
7. Another Time, Another Place
8. The Electric Co.
9. Things To Make & Do
10. Stories For Boys
11. Boy / Girl
12. Out Of Control
13. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
15. I Will Follow
16. A Day Without Me
The sound is particularly unpleasant, either due to poor encoding on CD-R or a poor preservation of the original band. Indeed, on this boot, Bono has a strange falsetto voice. This problem, major, is all the more frustrating that the public shows no discomfort and there is no blast.
"Every day I turn around and think, 'What the fuck was I doing? How did I get here?'. I did not own any of their records at all. Not even Achtung Baby, not Zooropa. I came into it totally fresh."
- Howie B on working with U2 for Pop
did you know
One recording of the song One Step Closer ran for more than 15 minutes, with Bono adding many verses that were subsequently dropped.