Comments: Setlist is incomplete. This show is believed to have included a cover of the Beatles' Twist And Shout after A Celebration in the encore; we know of no other instance of U2 performing this song in full. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"They were sort of half-written, so that the odd line here or there really did make sense, then came whole sections that were just 'Bongolese', as we came to call it."
- The Edge on Bono's song writing on U2's early tunes
did you know
U2 had considered several other album titles for Achtung Baby, including Man (in contrast to the group's debut, Boy), 69, Zoo Station, and Adam, which would have been paired with the nude photo of Clayton. Other possible titles included Fear of Women, and Cruise Down Main Street.