Performance notes: This show is believed to be the last appearance of The Hype - the band that involved Edge's brother as well. At the end of The Hype's set, Bono announces the end of The Hype and states that the four-piece U2 will return for a later set. Between the two sets, Adam and Edge are guests during The Virgin Prunes' set, and Adam is also a guest during The Modern Heirs' set. The setlist above is incomplete: The Hype's set is known to have been solely covers, of which two were Dancing In The Moonlight and Glad To See You Go, and U2's set is known to have been solely original songs, including Shadows And Tall Trees. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"We thought: let's actually write songs. We wanted the record to be less vague, open-ended, atmospheric and impressionistic. To make it more straightforward, focused and concise."
- The Edge, on the band's approach to The Joshua Tree
did you know
Adam Clayton did send some fake mail to his fellow bandmates in the early days of U2 in 1977, Adam was U2's PR man in that time.