Performance notes: First performance of Love Rescue Me since 10 January 1990. 360° Tour debut of All I Want Is You; its last performance was on 9 December 2006. Thus the 360° Tour as a whole becomes the first tour since Zoo TV to feature four songs from Rattle And Hum (as Desire and Angel Of Harlem were played at previous gigs). In the afternoon before the gig, Bono appeared for a chat on Oprah Winfrey's show, filmed at the Sydney Opera House. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I want to inspire people and fire up people. You know that thing: 'Lie down in your own mess'. 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. It's music to fire people up so that maybe they will fight back, not again, with sticks and stones but in some other way, some other channel."
- Bono, 1984
did you know
Pride (In The Name Of Love) was first played on September 2nd, 1984 on The Unforgettable Fire Tour in Auckland, New Zealand.