Comments: U2 appeared on an episode of the Late Late Show celebrating the 25th anniversary of band The Dubliners and covered Peggy Seeger's Springhill Mining Disaster, a song The Dubliners often performed. At the end of the show, U2 also participated in an All-star Finale with The Dubliners and The Pogues. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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did you know
The song 'Stranger In A Strange Land' is about the English people, being "strangers" in the "strange land" of Ireland during the war, or vice versa.