Performance notes: After U2 play for the taping of Monday's episode of the Late Show with David Letterman, the Friday episode is taped and the band play again. This was broadcast on the 6th of March as the band's fifth of five consecutive appearances on the Late Show. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"The truth is when the singer is saying something that comes from right down within him, and it affects you right down within you.. and that's when you start talking about great music, as distinct from nice music."
- Bono, 1982
did you know
The song 'Stranger In A Strange Land' is about the English people, being "strangers" in the "strange land" of Ireland during the war, or vice versa.