Performance notes: U2 headline the last show of a two week "New Wave Festival" at the Project Arts Centre. Bono also performs a couple of songs with The Virgin Prunes during their support set. Patti Smith kicked off the festival a fortnight previously, and other bands that performed sets during the festival were The Vipers, Revolver, Berlin, and Sacre Bleu.
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what they said
"We are eventually deposited at a fancy, multi-level restaurant/disco in what seems to be the happening part of town. Adam, Bono, Edge and Larry grab a table together and sit laughing and talking for a couple of hours. McGuinness, at the next table, points out that one of the most unusual things about U2 is that the four of them still prefer each others' company to anyone else's, and after so many years stuck together they still have no shortage of things to philosophise, laugh, and bust each other's balls about."
- Bill Flannagan
did you know
Brian Eno, who has worked with U2 a lot, does also work for Microsoft. He composed the welcome sound during the introduction for Windows XP as well as the original startup sound for Windows 95.