Comments: Bono appears for the third time on Jimmy Kimmel's live (RED) show for World AIDS Day, on 1 December. Barack Obama appears by video during the interview segment. Chris Martin plays piano during One for My Baby while actor Sean Penn portrays a bartender who Bono is singing to, and they are accompanied by a small string section. If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell is sung as a group with every guest of the show involved. Both songs are performed twice but only one take of each is aired. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"It was quite hard for the band to shift from having played to loops of other people to playing to loops of themselves. We felt it was essential to do that, though, because you can get very lazy with samples. They're an easy way to get the ball rolling, but you're always in danger of sounding like some basic samples with the band on top. You're in danger of being dictated to by what's there, rather than saying: 'this is just our springboard'."
- Pop-producer Flood, on the use of samples on Pop
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