Performance notes: Dress rehearsal show for an audience of 750 people on a guest list, including friends and family of the band and Special Olympians. Live debuts of Iris, Raised By Wolves, and The Troubles. Cedarwood Road is performed in full electric form for the first time; Every Breaking Wave is still acoustic. Sweetest Thing is performed for the first time since 22 August 2001; Bullet The Blue Sky for the first time since 9 December 2006. Until The End Of The World is followed by a video. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"It's that the spirit of it has been completely and utterly missed. The spirit of it is unlike any record of a major group, for a long time. That spirit is the very essence of why people get into bands and make music. And it's not about being careful. And it's not about watching your ass."
- Bono on the criticism to Rattle and Hum, 1989
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U2 has the world record of the most albums on the US top 200 at the same time, U2 has to share this record with Pearl Jam, the Monkees and the Beatles. The number of albums was 8.