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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"It's my favorite U2 song, I have to say. Normally, when I hear a U2 song on the radio I cringe. Either I sound like a girl, or the lyric isn't finished. But there are some songs that I really, really do enjoy. Miss Sarajevo is one of them."
- Bono on the release of U23D, 2008
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Many musicians have been influenced by the work of U2. There are several cover versions of U2 songs by bands such as Pet Shop Boys, Pearl Jam and The Chimes, and musicians such as Cassandra Wilson, Joe Cocker and Johnny Cash.