Comments: Setlist is incomplete. U2's contract for this show guarantees them a fee of two hundred pounds (or 70% of door takings) - double the fee of their first appearance at the Blue Lagoon three months previously. Tickets are priced at two pounds each, the same as the earlier gig. They ultimately earn £291 for the show. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"The last two weeks of the making of any U2 album are 'chaos'. Everything is up for grabs; lyrics are still being written, some songs are being entirely retooled and others simply dumped."
- Steve Lillywhite describes the making of an U2 album
did you know
The Miracle (of Joey Ramone) started out as a 'drum-loop-and-acoustic-guitar-based tune called "Drummer Boy" (2010), and then became "Siren".