Comments: U2, appearing under the name The Hype, perform in a basement room at Mount Temple. Setlist is incomplete and not in order: only six songs are known. It is possible this show happened on a different Friday night in February. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Bono volunteered me to be photographed naked, as I recall. I was still a young man and the idea of doing a nude photo shoot appealed to me because I'd been looking at Robert Mapplethorpe's work and following that whole New York photographic art scene. I knew there might be repercussions but this was a one-shot opportunity for me. This was the right record for such an expression."
- Adam on being photographed naked for the Achtung Baby album
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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.