Performance notes: In the early hours of 14 April, U2 celebrate the end of their South American tour at a local club singing karaoke and performing live with local musicians. The setlist's order is unknown, and it is possibly incomplete. Edge performs Miss You with local musicians and Let's Dance with Dom Howard (of Muse) and Larry drumming together; Larry sings Wild Rover a capella; Bono sings Psycho Killer with local musicians and Dom and Larry on drums. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"We’re a bit older. Bono’s voice has also matured, and his control and interpretive skills as a singer have really improved. Why don’t we look at these songs again?"
- The Edge on Songs of Surrender
did you know
U2 never used the word "baby" in a song before the album Achtung Baby was released. It was used 27 times on that album.