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Equipment: Sony PCM-M1 (Audio recording device), A3 (Power supply)
Lineage: Audience recording:Soundman OKMIIR Mics > A3 Adapter (Bass Roll-Off OFF; No Linear Attenuation) > Sony PCM-M1 DAT (Line-In; Manual Recording Level Set to 6.5; 48kHz) > DAT Master (48kHz, 16 bit, stereo)
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what they said
"It's my way of getting across a point about the abuse at Abu Ghraib prison. In the US there are talk-show hosts openly saying: 'Well, how do we get info about the next 9/11 attack? Ask nicely?'. They think torture and abuse is OK. My point is torture is wrong. You can't torture people, full stop. It's wrong."
- Bono on his blindfolded prisoner act on the Vertigo Tour, 2005
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".