Performance notes: This is the first of four Sunday shows that U2 – billed as “U.2 Band” – are scheduled to play at the Crofton Airport Hotel. Like when U2 played in Crofton in 1978, very few people attend. The Dublin music press from 1979 shows another band called Frazzle playing the remaining three Sundays: either U2 were not invited back, or – according to some reports – they cancelled the residency after deciding this was not the right venue for them.
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what they said
"We are deficient in so many areas that making records is never easy for us. We're never satisfied, we're always unhappy. There's this constant search to make it better or to make the great song."
- Larry, 2005
did you know
U2 have worked on a variety of tracks for films, including the Bond theme 'Goldeneye' (performed by Tina Turner) in 1995, and a remake of the 'Mission: Impossible' soundtrack the following year.