Comments: U2, then known as The Hype, perform for the first time at McGonagle's, a Dublin club at which they will go on to play many gigs. Setlist is incomplete. The date of this show is a bit unclear - it was in February, and possibly on the 10th. However, a show at Mount Temple is also believed to have been on the 10th and as they were both evening performances, they could not have been on the same night. Since it is possible the Mount Temple show was on a different Friday in February, this show may have indeed been on the 10th. For now we have left it dateless. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I have to tell you, I don't like doing intimate concerts. I have very sensitive nasal glands and being that close to so many armpits is absolutely terrifying. I'd rather play a stadium any day."
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The song 'Even Better Than The Real Thing' is about sex on television and how the media uses sex to sell products. In the video the U2ers are inside a shop, as if they were 'for sale'.