Comments: U2 are known to have soundchecked Red Hill Mining Town multiple times in late 1987, as they considered performing it to be filmed for Rattle And Hum in late December. This plan never came to fruition and the song is yet to be performed live. This show is the only precise date on which it is currently confirmed that Red Hill Mining Town was soundchecked. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
Very good show, but the sound is poor. can't help falling in love with you
is played for the first time ever. Highlights: Trip through your wires, I still havent found, Helter skelter and One tree hill
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"It was quite hard for the band to shift from having played to loops of other people to playing to loops of themselves. We felt it was essential to do that, though, because you can get very lazy with samples. They're an easy way to get the ball rolling, but you're always in danger of sounding like some basic samples with the band on top. You're in danger of being dictated to by what's there, rather than saying: 'this is just our springboard'."
- Pop-producer Flood, on the use of samples on Pop
did you know
The Unforgettable Fire album title is a reference to "The Unforgettable Fire"—an art exhibit about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The band saw the exhibit in November 1983 in Japan while on the War Tour.