Performance notes: Incomplete setlist. U2 appear under the name The Hype and play a number of covers, including Suffragette City with Gavin Friday. They also perform an original song called What's Going On (not the famous song of the same title by Marvin Gaye that U2 covered at all shows on the third leg of the Elevation Tour). Larry in U2 By U2 says they did a couple of original songs and also some Stranglers covers. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"As we were thinking of how to commemorate the 20th anniversary, we were looking at outtakes and different versions of songs that we recorded at the time. Some of the obscure, rare and maybe even unreleased things. So we put together a collection of tracks that people wouldn't be able to access on CD or vinyl."
- The Edge on the 20th anniversary edition of All That You Can't Leave Behind, 2020
did you know
Apart from composing both the Windows 98 and Windows XP operating system startup sounds, Brian Eno also composed the Windows 95 startup sound. Instead of recording just one sound, he ended up with 84 sounds at six seconds long each.