Performance notes: "11 O'Clock Tick Tock" is listed under that name on the written set. Audio bootlegs of the next day in Tullamore have the band performing "Silver Lining", suggesting the band may have changed the song's name before the lyrics (which anecdotally were inspired by events later in March). Last known performance of "In Your Hand". "Life on a Distant Planet" is written on the setlist as "No Man's Land", and "Pete the Chop" is written as "Frank the Chop".
Some sources list a concert in Cork on 4 February 1980; that show never actually existed. Photographs attributed and dated to that night (including by Rolling Stone) are mislabelled and actually come from this show. Admission is £2, or £1.50 for students. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"The new album was an attempt to tune into that (touring) energy and stay up during the break in the tour rather than come down to earth again. This time we said, 'Okay we're up on the moon so let's here and make a record.'"
- Bono on Zooropa, 1993
did you know
U2 has the world record of the most albums on the US top 200 at the same time, U2 has to share this record with Pearl Jam, the Monkees and the Beatles. The number of albums was 8.