Performance notes: Interview with Bono Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Amazing...there was the extra 'edge' to this show as Adam didn't play so it was an interesting dynamic with the band with Stu on bass. This was really present during the B stage songs when the band were all close together and Edge could more or less lead Stu through the songs.
Was blown away with both the volume and the clarity.
Sydney's first look at the ZooTV phenomenon. No doubt plenty of non-U2 fans at the show out to see what the fuss was all about....but they would have been converted at the end of the night.
Very special moment for any U2 fan as this show was a one off. You could even say that it's wasn't a proper U2 show as Adam didn't perform that night. I remember queuing all day in the very hot Sydney sunshine. The sound check went on for hours (we found out why later)
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what they said
"I put the now-legendary notice up. I think the wording was something like 'Drummer seeks musicians to form band'. I just thought of it as a group of people coming together to have a bit of fun, it was never anything else."
- Larry Mullen jr.
did you know
U2 was the fourth rock band to be featured on the cover of Time magazine (following The Beatles, The Band, and The Who), who declared that U2 was "Rock's Hottest Ticket".