Comments: U2 records a brief studio set with producer Chas de Whalley. The exact date is unknown but it is known to have taken place in December 1979. This recording of Another Day was released as U2's second single in February 1980; The Dream Is Over was intended to be its b-side but was replaced by a recording of Twilight from U2's February 1979 session at Eamon Andrews Studios. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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