Performance notes: A previously unknown recording session unearthed by U2songs. The exact date of the studio sessions is unknown, but is believed to have taken place in February 1980. The recordings of Trevor and Jack in a Box were believed to have been made in April 1978, but the differing audio quality and live debuts of both songs lead us to believe that this date is the more likely source. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"People are always trying to make us something. Why won't they accept us as being four people?"
did you know
Though the band settled on the album name Pop for the Pop album there were many proposed titles for the album including Discola, Miami, Mi@mi, Novelty Act, Super City Man, YOU2 and Godzilla, went as far as having artwork made for them.