Comments: Originally scheduled for 17 March 2006, when the stadium was still known as Ericsson Stadium. First performance of One Tree Hill since 9 January 1990, played in honour of the New Zealander whose death inspired it, Greg Carroll. Last performance of Kite, and the only one of eight on the Vertigo Tour's fifth leg to not feature Tim Moriarty on didgeridoo. This was U2's first appearance in New Zealand since December 1993. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"The song was really where I was at, at the time. That was one of the lower points of my spiritual faith, I would have to say. The 'wake up dead man' phrase was borrowed from a chain-gang song. I came up with first verse and chorus. Bono wrote the rest."
- The Edge on Wake Up Dead Man
did you know
Guitarist The Edge recorded all the Boy songs using his natural stained Gibson Explorer. He drew inspiration from music he was listening to at the time, including Television and Siouxsie and the Banshees.