Comments: After U2's concert on 20 October 1989, the band appear early in the morning of the 21st on Triple M radio's The Midnight Show. During their appearance, Bono debuts Slow Dancing, though he does not sing the whole song. It is unclear whether this is due to the lyrics not being finalised or Bono simply choosing not to sing the whole song. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I would go to the studio by day and club by night. I did a lot of ecstasy. A lot. The chorus for Please was written after Bono kept pleading with me to get off the carpet. I spent like an hour one night just dragging myself around the floor on my knees. In my defense, that carpet felt wonderful. Really great shag. We should get that rug back."
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Rattle and Hum (1989) is the only concert film/ documentary/ road movie available on VHS, Laserdisc, Video CD, DVD, Sony UMD and HD-DVD.