Performance notes: U2 are interviewed live on French radio station NRJ. It is an in-depth interview with moments of humour and questions that put U2 on the spot. Amongst other information, it is revealed that Fez-Being Born was going to open No Line On The Horizon; the title track was subsequently chosen as the opener instead as they wanted to begin the album with high energy. Bono also says that Magnificent was originally called French Disco. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"It doesn't have to be illegal substances. You can be addicted to applause, you can be addicted to being on the road. I mean, being in U2 can be its own addiction. We have to recognize that. And there's a part of that in the lyrics. The image of Daddy is one of benevolence and in this song it's twisted around and become the thing that you're dependent on and that you look for support from."
- The Edge on Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car
did you know
Bono and his wife Ali Hewson own a clothing line named EDUN (spelled Nude backwards) together.