Performance notes: At the end of Desire, Bono modifies the lyrics of Sinatra's My Kind Of Town and New York New York to suit Glasgow, including "I want to wake up in a city that doesn't give me the creeps". Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"What I find is that people now rather than blaming political systems have to start looking at themselves. And that's why I try to write very personal songs. I think that's the clue for the future: it's not so much about systems but about how people survive in those systems and have some impact in. It's the most crucial time ever."
- Bono, 1997
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U2 intended to release No Line on the Horizon in November 2008; after composing 50 to 60 songs, they postponed the release because they wanted to continue writing.