Comments: During the encore, Bono brings his then-girlfriend (now wife) Alison Stewart on stage. Then, during 11 O'clock Tick Tock, he drags B. P. Fallon on stage as well. U2's appearance is as part of a festival celebrating magazine Hot Press's fifth anniversary, and the other bands that perform are: Big Self, De Danann, Simple Minds, Paul Brady, and Rory Gallagher. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"'Pride' is the best song we've ever written. We've done very few songs, normally we just make music. 'I Will Follow' was a song, but then the next one wasn't until 'Sunday Bloody Sunday'. It's very different from the rest of the album though - there's nothing on there as straight as this."
- Bono, November 1984
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Regarding the phone call Bono as MacPhisto makes at the RDS Dublin show 28th August 1993 to the United Nations, the reply he gets back is a pre-recorded message from Adam Clayton.