Performance notes: U2 film a video for their next single in front of a small group of fans. They play the song live five times. We believe the title is The Blackout. After the live performance, a second new song was played over the PA, entitled The Lights of (or to) Home. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"We are eventually deposited at a fancy, multi-level restaurant/disco in what seems to be the happening part of town. Adam, Bono, Edge and Larry grab a table together and sit laughing and talking for a couple of hours. McGuinness, at the next table, points out that one of the most unusual things about U2 is that the four of them still prefer each others' company to anyone else's, and after so many years stuck together they still have no shortage of things to philosophise, laugh, and bust each other's balls about."
- Bill Flannagan
did you know
The original working title of "Exit" was "Executioner's Song" because U2 was using a lot of literature as their jumping off point for the songs in terms of just taking their work in a slightly different direction.