Performance notes: U2 make their fourth of five consecutive appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman. Chronologically, this is the last appearance as the fifth episode, Friday's, was taped after the first one on Monday the 2nd of March. Beautiful Day is played for the episode and then the band continue with Vertigo just for the studio audience. Bono dedicates Beautiful Day to Joey Ramone and the rest of the Ramones. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"Our music is not something to lie down to, to get out of to, to die to, to commit suicide to. It's not a soundtrack to a nervous breakdown."
did you know
The song 'Scarlet' was inspired by a thought in Bono's mind: "does God need salesmen?". The band was also in a minimalist mood that day.