Performance notes: The Edge records two songs with The Teen Commandments, a group comprising individuals from several bands. The date of this session is known to have been in summer 1979, but the exact date is unknown. Something's Better Than Nothing is released on the Just For Kicks compilation album in December 1979, which also included a recording of Stories For Boys. My Baby Left Me was included on another compilation album, Vinyl Verdict. A third track, Private World, was also recorded but did not feature Edge. This session is the earliest recording featuring a solo member from U2. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"It can get a bit surreal here sometimes. Sammy came down one day making a halo-shape above his head and it turned out it was the Vatican for Bono. Just what you need, the Pope interrupting the overdubs."
- The Edge in the studio for All That You Can't Leave Behind, 2000
did you know
During the recording sessions of Achtung Baby, the band were working on a primitive version of Mysterious Ways called 'Sick Puppy'. During these versions, The Edge improvised a chord progression that the rest of the band worked with. From that chord progression the song 'One' was born, ultimately changing the outlook of the sessions and more importantly, keeping the band together.