Comments: U2 are greeted by a large group of fans when they land in Turkey ahead of their first ever concert in the country. They mingle with the fans and Bono and Edge give a brief impromptu performance. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Very nice surprise for U2 fans gathered at the İstanbul airport.
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars
There were few diehard fans and they recieved the outfit very good.
Bono and The Edge changed some of the verses. "gonna go where the bright lights, bit city...etc." was alternated by "where Europa and Asia meet" for celebrating their first ever show in Turkey. Thank u U2 )
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"The other side of U2 is Hawkmoon. I'd like to say that, uh... I mean I called it Hawkmoon 269 because... It seems to me... Well, it's a reference to a few people, like one of my favorite writers Sam Shepard, but also to... It's a motel room in my imagination somewhere..."
- Bono on the song Hawkmoon 269
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