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2. New York
3. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
4. Beautiful Day
5. She's A Mystery To Me
7. New York
8. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
9. Beautiful Day
11. C'mon Everybody
12. Pride ( In The Name Of Love )
13. Sunday Bloody Sunday
14. Maggie's Farm
15. Bad / Candle In The Wind
1-5 : London, Maida Vale Studios - October 23rd, 2000
6-9 : Los Angeles, K-ROQ Sessions, Stage 42 - October 26th, 2000
10 : Dublin, RTI Sessions - October 2000
11-15 : Dublin, Croke Park (Self Aid) - May 17th, 1986
see also: https://www.discogs.com/U2-Voices-From-Home/release/5660103
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"It was a political statement to the entire world that he kept this garden going. He was this deeply philosophical character and to him it was an act of defiance to grow flowers in the middle of Aleppo. He actually wound up getting killed in an air raid, so it was a very sad ending, but Bono was really inspired by his defiance. When we were looking at that song, we decided that should be the focus geographically"
- Edge on Summer of Love, 2017
did you know
The Popmart stage design, which looked like a supermarket, appealed to Bono as a supermarket, with its myriad choices and temptations, could function as a metaphor for U2's songs, as they often deal with the struggle between desire and faith.